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3 months ago
The Rise of Skywalker falls from the glorious heights of the Jedi to the scheming pits of the Sith. Over four decades. Eight chapters. Approximately a thousand minutes of storytelling. All culminating in a momental final battle between the remnant... Read the full review »
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Watchmen bleakly tests the morals of disbanded superheroes whilst slowly counting down every heavy-handed minute of its overlong three hour doomsday clock. Rorschach’s journal, May 4th. The year is ‘85, height of the Cold War. The ominous Sovi... Read the full review »
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It Happened One Night classically matches two opposing personalities in a rapid yet witty romantic comedy. Love, an obnoxiously overwhelming emotion that can often dictate our actions towards one another. Initially one may dislike the other due to... Read the full review »
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Punch-Drunk Love chaotically delights with its offbeat obsession and unembellished romance. Barry, a blue-suited entrepreneur, precariously works in his spacious warehouse, selling a variety of novelty items for high mark-up. The walls accentuatin... Read the full review »
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Carnival of Souls parades its illusory low budget chills in a daunting hall of mirrors. A dilapidated abandoned pavilion, once a soothing relaxation bathhouse before transformed into a picturesque dance hall and then an illuminated joyous carnival... Read the full review »
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The Blob visually impresses with its gelatinous effects despite the mucilaginous acting and script. “Beware of The Blob, it creeps and leaps and glides and slides across the floor right through the door and all around the wall. A splotch, a blot... Read the full review »
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Valkyrie dramatically plotted to assassinate Hitler through a monotonously solid scheme. Operation Walküre was the last known attempt to overthrow the Nazi party, immediately stop National Socialism and assassinate the Third Reich himself, Adolf... Read the full review »
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Superfast is a vehicular travesty of fast and furious proportions. Friedberg and Seltzer have offered us grotesque first dates, a chance to meet three hundred dancing Spartans and an eye-gouging tournament of the annual Starving Games. Now, a deca... Read the full review »
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Sanjay’s Super Team assembles a colourful team of Hindu deities without exploring its religious context. Patel’s personable conflict surrounding his childhood, between a modernised society and the archaic traditions of Hinduism, undoubtedly en... Read the full review »
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In Fear endlessly drives around its wooded conceptual chills of contrivance. As a suspiciously confident driver, becoming lost within the unmapped country roads of rural Ireland could be considered my deepest fear. Satellite connectivity severely... Read the full review »
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Dune (1984)

Dune (1984)

4 / 10
Dune lacks the valuable spice needed to prevent this deserted adaptation from collapsing in its own inhospitable quicksand. Has everybody got their trusty notebooks? No? Well, it is advisable you acquire one now: ”A beginning is a very delicate... Read the full review »
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Drive (2011)

Drive (2011)

7 / 10
Drive accelerates through stylish neon districts with unsubstantial tyres. Los Angeles, California. Dimly lit street lamps illuminate the fading roads. Traffic lights controlling its mechanical flow. Red. An anonymous Hollywood stunt driver patien... Read the full review »
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Whisper of the Heart quietly grounds a fantastical romance shrouded in lyrical dedication. Opportunism. The practice of exploiting advantageous circumstances to achieve an ambivalent goal without consideration for ethics and moralities. For many,... Read the full review »
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The Good Liar offers a predictable tale of deceit from two impeccable performances. Fabrications. It’s primitive human nature to supply deception, unintentionally or knowingly. Whether it is to evoke jealousy on one’s behalf or to simply overe... Read the full review »
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Unforgiven compassionately explores the consequence of violence through reflective lyricism. Big Whiskey, Wyoming. The year is 1880. A dilapidated brothel overlooks the tranquil town. Two cowboys visit the busty females at the heart of the second... Read the full review »
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Swamp Thing embellishes the mossy terrain yet restrained by its monstrous rubber suit budget. A classic tale of abominable creature falling in love with the aggressively independent damsel in distress. The glorifications of science, where experime... Read the full review »
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3 months ago
The Starving Games left me hungry for some quality film-making. Oh boy. This was something else. No longer are we experiencing the tolerability of ‘Date Movie’. ‘Meet The Spartans’ now an echoing far cry for assistance. Stranded, isolated,... Read the full review »
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This Is Where I Leave You left me wanting more laughs and less destructive drama. Grieving is always a solemn time for solace and melancholy. To reflect upon the life that has departed, recounting the flourishing memories shared with them. A chanc... Read the full review »
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Behind The Curve circles round the central premise of societal ostracisation. “Flat Earthers”. A community of conspiracy theorists that believe the Earth, our lavish planet brimming with flora and fauna, is indeed flat. Disputing Earth’s sph... Read the full review »