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I'M BACK! Another Bloody Critic reviews a lot of new releases (Baby Driver, Dunkirk, War for the Planet of the Apes, Atomic Blonde, Wind River)

Hey there, Internet. It’s me. I’m back writing blogs, doing what I do. Some of you may know that I took some time to see if Another Bloody Critic could make it in a podcast form, but there’s no enough hours in the day to compensate for my atrocious podcast making skills to get a regular product out and about. 1,861 more words

Science Fiction

Atomic Blonde - Movie Review

Atomic Blonde is the 2nd feature film from stunt-coordinator turned director David Leitch, who will soon turn his attention next to the sequel of the highly successful… 605 more words


My Review of ‘Charlie’s Angels: Full Throttle’ (2003)

While my original intent was to blog about Charlie’s Angels—full stop, I had the chance to see this sequel recently. And while you’d never mistake this movie for a Merchant & Ivory production (or even a Farrelly Brothers film), it’s actually quite fun. 360 more words

Movie Reviews

Summer Film School - Scandinavian Films

Sweden was a big part of this year´s Summer Film School. Daniel Bergmann, that Bergmann´s son, was among the guests. I´m quite ashamed to admit I haven´t attended a single event with him, or at least a single movie, for reasons I don´t remember anymore. 955 more words

Random Observations

Review: The Dark Tower

The Dark Tower is the movie adaptation of Stephen King’s epic fantasy/western/weird horror series of the same name.  It fits a plot converted to fit an action movie’s run time into King’s flavorful setting for a quick & fun action/fantasy movie, but some of the magic of the books is lost given the relatively small budget and short run time. 829 more words


Thor Blu-ray Review

Starring: Chris Hemsworth, Natalie Portman, Tom Hiddleston, Stellan Skarsgård, Idris Elba, Kat Dennings, Rene Russo, Anthony Hopkins
Directed by: Kenneth Branagh
Film length…

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Good Times

Atomic Blonde Review

Possible spoilers ahead!

Just before the fall of the Berlin wall in 1989, secret agent James Gasciogne (Sam Hargrave) is killed on the streets of Berlin by Russian operative Yuri Bakhtin (Jóhannes Jóhannesson). 584 more words