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Video Review | How to Train Your Dragon 2

Here’s me nattering on camera about How to Train Your Dragon 2 for The Reel Deal.

Christopher Mintz-Plasse

Film Review | How to Train Your Dragon 2


Visually striking with a healthy dose of heart to boot, How to Train Your Dragon 2 fulfills all the criteria needed for a good follow-up without falling prey to its pitfalls. 555 more words

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Movie Night - News Flash of the Shipping Variety

Hello Flim Culbbers, it’s your unelected and underqualified president here! Yesterday’s Flim Culb Movie Night choice was a tried and tested old favourite of mine -  670 more words


Hidden Gem - Hanna

Hidden Gem – A film from the recent past you might have overlooked or didn’t know about, but you should check it out.

From 2011, Hanna tells the tale of a girl named Hanna funnily enough,she has been engineered by the government to be a ruthless killing machine (imagine a tiny Wolverine *Cough X-23 cough*but with a sunny disposition and no eyebrows.) She has been brought up in a remote land by her father, who has trained her in combat, survival skills and everything required to be a total badass. 428 more words


Movie Review - Blue Jasmine (2013)

Director: Woody Allen

Stars: Cate Blanchett, Alec Baldwin, Peter Sarsgaard, Sally Hawkins, Louis C.K., Bobby Cannavale

Jasmine (Blanchett) was a wealthy New York socialite whose husband Hal (Baldwin) was found guilty of fraud, and all her assets were stripped. 442 more words

Oops: Cate Blanchett might not be as tasteful as we thought

Oh, Cate Blanchett, say it ain’t so: Your favorite food is Vegemite and cheese on toast?

Yes, you’re Australian but…really?

Maybe the otherwise elegant, Oscar-winning Blanchett was just joking. 150 more words


Blue Jasmine (2013) Film Review by Gareth Rhodes

Blue Jasmine (2013) Directed by Woody Allen. With Cate Blanchett, Alec Bladwin, Sally Hawkins and Bobby Cannavale.

Cate Blanchett took home an Academy Award for her striking performance as a New York socialite, fallen on hard times in Woody Allen’s drama, Blue Jasmine. 263 more words

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