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It was a wet and miserable afternoon in Huddersfield when me and my girlfriend made the journey to the cinema to see what promised to be an action packed two hours. 476 more words


Kajaki. The True Story - Review 3/4

Few films depict the real horror of war like Kajaki. The True Story. So realistic is the carnage that the film moves into trailblazer territory, taking the war film genre and catapulting it into brave new terrain. 89 more words

Last Days of Vietnam (2014)

director: Rory Kennedy

playing at the Hot Docs Bloor Cinema


The Paris Peace Accords in 1973 guaranteed ceasefire between North and South Vietnam.  The U.S. had promised quick aid if the accord’s terms were violated by the North.  591 more words

Another First Glance: "Unbroken"

A good second trailer is hard to create when the first was already well done. The good ones really get you amped up, in whatever way that is. 894 more words


Film Review: 'Fury'

The only word to sum up ‘Fury’ is brutal. This is a brutal film of a brutal portrayal of warfare, human nature and becoming a man the hard way. 436 more words

Film Review

‘Fury’ sets itself apart from WWII films of its kind thanks to stronger relational themes

Review Rating: 2.5/4

Release date: Oct. 17, 2014

Rated R for strong sequences of war violence, some grisly images, and language throughout

Categorized as action, drama, war… 474 more words

Film Reviews


With Fury in cinemas now we look back at the best war films set in WW2. There are so many to choose from so which ones made our top 5? 7 more words