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The Amazing Spiderman 2

Andrew Garfield returns for Marc Webb’s – irony anyone? – sequel, The Amazing Spiderman 2, as Peter Parker, the high school skater turned vigilante. Once again Spiderman is on intent on fighting crime in the streets of New York, whilst discovering the truth about his long-lost father, keeping his girlfriend Gwen Stacy (Emma Stone) and graduating high school. 318 more words

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The Amazing Spider-man Sequel (A.K.A. ASS)

In this mini episode Darkest Timeline Justin and Wayne review The Amazing Spider-man 2: Rise of Electro and discuss what could very well be the worst hollywood tentpole film in a very long time. 263 more words

Film Reviews

The Rocket (Kim Mordaunt, Australia/Thailand/Laos, 2013)

I recently introduced The Rocket at the Ritzy Picturehouse in Brixton, London. The cinema has asked me to post my comments on the film online. While I was working from notes, and thus cannot reproduce fully what I said, this blog post nonetheless can convey some of my thoughts on the film. 2,586 more words

Film Reviews

Get Ready To Be Creeped The F*ck Out! // Tell Short Film Review

Plot Synopsis:

Tortured by guilt, Taylor (Todd Bruno) seeks to hide his sin in hopes that it will become another dirty little secret. However, as he begins to see menacing visions and the line between reality and paranoia becomes blurred, his plans quickly unravel. 975 more words

Fergie Films

Film review: The Great Impersonation (1935)

Director: Alan Crosland. Writer: Eve Green, based on the novel by E. Phillips Oppenheim. Starring: Edmund Lowe, Valerie Hobson, Wera Engels, Murray Kinnell, Esther Dale, Spring Byington, Frank Reicher, Dwight Frye. 594 more words

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'Captain America: The Winter Soldier' Review: A Classic, Superb, Political Thriller Disguised in a Superhero Package, Marvel's Finest

The latest picture from Marvel Studios is one of Marvel’s best films to date and joins the upper echelons of the best superhero films of all time. 193 more words

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Salvation Army (2014) Review

Abdellah Taïa’s novel, Salvation Army (2006), was a literary sensation when it was first published and it catapulted the author to fame. His short novel and subsequent interviews with TelQuec and… 623 more words

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