A run of the mill soap opera masking as a gambling thriller which hails the second coming of Badfleck and confirms that Timberlake can’t act. 346 more words
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“delivers the adventure and fun audiences have been gasping for”
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For anyone who is looking at the Hobbit posters that are plastering our walls, buses and underground stations, and wondering whether or not its worth your time (about 2.5 hours) and money to sit in a dark room throughout party season; I can categorically tell you it is! 528 more words
Observing from sites such as IMDb.com and rottentomatoes.com, Mud appears to be an incredible film. But both sites are far from true. This movie was no more than average, having a very uninteresting plot and script, even with an amazing performance from Matthew McConaughey. 130 more words
Please click on the image above to read my review of “The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug” for the website of The Fly, the UK’s most popular music magazine.
Warning: I’m about to write something that might be really unpopular. David O. Russell’s American Hustle (2013) is an examination of the ups and downs of life as a hustler. 723 more words