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Guardians of the Galaxy

NOTE: THIS REVIEW IS SPOILER-FREE
Marvel’s latest film, Guardians of the Galaxy, has been called the best the studio has made by some and has received critical acclaim. 669 more words

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DVD Film Review: Non-Stop

Put Liam Neeson in an action film ever since he combined his magnetic screen presence with action films in Taken (2008) and you have a workable formula even if the film itself doesn’t always deliver. 186 more words

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Proof Review: Noah (2014) [4.5]

NOAH // Visually stunning and equally captivating, “Noah”, at its core, is the story we all know from the Bible. As most people would roll their eyes at a big budgeted, Hollywood adaptation of an Old Testament saga, Darren Aronofsky take his patented darkness and flair from his previous works like “The Fountain” and “Black Swan” and carries them into his biggest, most successful undertaking yet. 499 more words

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'even the most mundane everyday things appear menacing' ★★★1/2 Review of Enemy (2013)


Enemy (2013)
Thriller, Rated MA15+, 86mins.
Available Now – Outdoor from 9 September 2014

Synopsis:
Jake Gyllenhaal reunites with his PRISONERS director, in this sexy and hypnotically surreal psychological thriller. 343 more words

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REVIEW: GET ON UP

It’s almost a shocker to me that Hollywood is still churning out musical biopics after 2007’s WALK HARD: THE DEWEY COX STORY pretty much skewered the hell out of the tried and true formula which each biopic seems to always follow so well. 499 more words

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Godzilla (2014)

Godzilla is a reboot of the titular creature’s franchise. After a failed attempt in 1998 to introduce the Japanese monster to American audiences, Legendary Pictures (along with Warner Brothers) sought to repair the beloved Kaiju’s reputation. 699 more words

2014

Guardians of the Galaxy (2014) - Review

So here we are: ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’. It was certainly my most anticipated movie of the year, and I’m sure it was for many others as well. 1,139 more words

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