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'Noah' Review - God Should Have Sent Someone to Save This Film

Warning — mild spoilers!!

Ok, I’ll admit, my title is very harsh. The April release of Noah — starring Russell Crowe, Emma Watson, Jennifer Connolly and Logan Lerman — was not all bad. 714 more words


Movie Review- "Heaven Is For Real"

“I was alone, but I wasn’t afraid.” With those words, 4-year-old Colton Burpo begins to tell his father Todd what he saw as he lay on an operating table as doctors worked feverishly to save his life. 728 more words

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Film review: Dressed to Kill (1946)

Director: Roy William Neill. Writers: Leonard Lee, Frank Gruber, based on the characters by Arthur Conan Doyle. Starring: Basil Rathbone, Nigel Bruce, Patricia Morison, Harry Cording, Edmund Breon, Holmes Herbert, Frederick Worlock, Ian Wolfe, Mary Gordon, Olaf Hytten. 485 more words


89. corman's world: exploits of a hollywood rebel (2011)

I’m really educating myself on all things Roger Corman at the minute and this documentary is a nice, quick overview of his career and exploits. A lot of this information can be found elsewhere but it’s lovely to see these stories told from the actual people involved. 26 more words

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The Amazing Spider-man 2

The Amazing Spider-man 2 is a superhero film starring Andrew Garfield, Emma Stone, Jamie Foxx and Dane DeHaan. The film is about Peter Parker’s (Garfield) increasing responsibilities as a superhero as he attempts to fight crime, whilst trying to protect those that are closest to him. 430 more words

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Gravity - Review (Spoiler Free)

Ultimately Gravity isn’t much more than a pretty face.

I have to admit that technically this film is beyond impressive. The visuals and sound design don’t just create a believable and stunning location for the film to take place in, they instead truly transport you into it. 433 more words


88. coffy (1973)

Since I started checking off Jack Hill’s movies last year Coffy is the one I’ve been most excited to get to. I’ve seen Pam Grier do this kind of thing in the quasi-sequel… 220 more words

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