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The Dark Knight effortlessly glides across Gotham’s anarchic chaos. “You either die a hero, or live long enough to see yourself become a villain”. The caped crusader. Gotham’s silent protector. The Batman. An ordinary man adorned with the... Read the full review »
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Inception navigates labyrinthine dreams to present a plaguing nightmare of guilt. An idea. A concept. A conscious thought. It manifests the mind, spreading its cancerous tendencies until it envelops. “An idea is like a virus. Resilient. And even... Read the full review »
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Interstellar traverses singularities to signify the unequivocal power of love. “Do not go gentle into that good night. Old age should burn and rave at close of day. Rage, rage against the dying of the light. Do not go gentle into that good night... Read the full review »
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The Prestige pledges to turn a traditional magic show into an electrifying production. Obsession. Fixation. Passion. The manifestation of addiction. A state to which one is unable to control themselves for the betterment of their practice. Destroy... Read the full review »
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The Dark Knight Rises cumbersomely falls from the rapturous heights its predecessor attained. ‘Batman Begins’ was a symbol of identity. ‘The Dark Knight’ was a symbol of hope. The Dark Knight Rises is a symbol of liberation. To release one... Read the full review »
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Nebraska gently cruises along its hilarious monochromatic roadway. Time. It always catches up on us. You wake up one morning feeling fresh and energised enough to tackle the day ahead. The next? Unable to remember the previous week as you adjust y... Read the full review »
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Monos (2019)

Monos (2019)

8 / 10
Monos inhibits a heart of darkness to illustrate humanity's primal instincts. Order descends into chaos. Democracy spirals into anarchy. Civilisation is built upon the skeletal foundations of fossilised primordial neanderthals, the earliest form o... Read the full review »
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2020 Movies Ranked

An on-going ranking list of the films I've seen in 2020 and the current position they are in. These are mostly based on enjoyment and the technical aspects into making a film. Using UK theatrical release dates so there might be some films released...
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Pokémon Mewtwo Strikes Back Evolution ironically clones the original to create an inferior remake. “Where am I? What am I? Who am I?”. Existential conundrums that plague Mewtwo’s, the most powerful Pokémon in existence (at that time...), t... Read the full review »
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The Spirit fails to protect its monochrome city from an incomprehensibly messy story. Black night. White streets. Red tie. A silhouette guarding the inhabitants of a stone-cold metropolis, gliding across the paved rooftops. Miller’s adaptation o... Read the full review »
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Man On A Ledge overhangs its mildly entertaining plot with absurd plot conveniences. Did you know that “jumping”, the act of committing suicide by falling from a potentially deathly height, contributes three percent of suicides in Europe and t... Read the full review »
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The Next Three Days sluggishly counts down to its thrilling prison break whilst grounded by semi-realism. After a tranquil night out, you wake up the next morning preparing breakfast for your child and spouse. Exercising a typical suburban daily r... Read the full review »
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Parker (2013)

Parker (2013)

4 / 10
Parker grabs his violent vengeance by teasing an unsympathetic estate agent. Palm Beach, Florida. A secluded island lavished with intimidating properties and aromatised in money. Where freshly cemented streets are illuminated by golden lights. Isl... Read the full review »
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Matchstick Men strikes a psychiatrical light amid the condo of a black comedy. Tourette’s syndrome. Obsessive-compulsive disorder. Agoraphobia. Imagine yourself acquiring all three of these dysfunctionalities. The open environment with its ever-... Read the full review »
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Mirror Mirror reflects surface level whimsicality through monotonous affability. “Mirror, mirror, on the wall. Who’s the fairest of them all?”. Why it might just be Disney’s first animated feature, or even the gothic ‘Snow White and the... Read the full review »
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Date Movie incites excessive vulgarity to ironically become the worst date movie ever. It’s ‘06. You’re on Match.com, seeking out a potential date in an attempt to start a flourishing relationship. “You’ve been matched!”. She/he asks y... Read the full review »
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Disobedience unlocks a melancholic romance from its triangular imprisonment. In Judaism, family life is regarded as a training ground for the Jewish way of life. Children are born into a religious community, where federations support schools, comm... Read the full review »