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Argo (2012) - Grog's Movie Review

Director: Ben Affleck
Writer: Chris Terrio
Stars: Ben Affleck, Bryan Cranston, Alan Arkin, John Goodman, Victor Garber, Tate Donovan, Clea DuVall, Scoot McNairy, Rory Cochrane, Christopher Denham, Kerry Bishe, Kyle Chandler… 727 more words

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Boyhood review

To put Boyhood simply, it’s the story of what it means to live. The revolutionary film by Richard Linklater, follows main character Ethan (Ellar Coltrane) from the age of 5 to 18 years old. 345 more words

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Film review: Sinister tale told with style and wit

Due to the hectic schedule at Leamington Underground Cinema (see above), cinema visits have been at a premium of late. However, a key delegation managed two consecutive visits over to snug film womb, The Electric Cinema of Birmingham, to check out these two potentially similar, but equally intriguing movies. 374 more words

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Whose Sequel Is It Anyway?: "2010" (1984)

      “2010″ returns the audience to the proximity of the planet Jupiter, the location of the fateful showdown between the murderous computer HAL 9000, astronaut David Bowman and a particularly troublesome black monolith in… 412 more words

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Boyhood

This is the best film of 2014.

I don’t think it will win any awards (it will probably be nominated for a few Oscars – best director comes to mind, but will probably win none of them) and not all audiences will love it because “nothing happens” (even though this isn’t true – an entire… 770 more words

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Movie Review - Soulmate

The DVD of Soulmate dropped through my door without a note from the PR people, and when I looked through my inbox for info I couldn’t find any. 356 more words

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Dawn Of The Planet Of The Apes: Review

The opening of Dawn Of The Planet Of The Apes could come from Steven Soderbergh’s Contagion or even World War Z. The human population has been decimated by the strain of Simian Flu created in the film’s predecessor, Rise Of The Planet Of The Apes. 449 more words

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