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I Am Legend

Before I start off this review, I want to note that this film is a zombie apocalypse type film, so it probably isn’t for little kids (like me) but nonetheless, let’s get into it. 633 more words

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Judy Greer and the problem with the lady on the phone

You may have seen the article over the summer called the Judy Greer effect. It’s here if you need to catch up. But basically this actress is in loads of movies, but only supporting roles and you can’t really remember what her name is. 478 more words


"ELYSIUM" (2013) Review

“ELYSIUM” (2013) Review

Four years ago, writer-director Neil Blomkamp made a name for himself with the release of his science-fiction thriller, “DISTRICT 9”. The movie made a celebrity out of the movie’s leading man, Sharlto Copely, as well. 1,297 more words

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Looking Back: ‘City of God’

For modern film fans, 2002’s City of God is a key entry in Brazilian cinema.  Based on Paulo Lins’s 1997 semi-autobiographical crime fiction novel, the film adaptation promotes themes of adulthood, survival and pessimism in one of Rio da Janiero’s favelas.   491 more words

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I Am Legend: The Review

Director: Francis Lawrence
Cast: Will Smith, Alice Braga
Plot: Robert Neville (Smith) is the last survivor on Earth after a disease turns humanity into cannibal monsters and dedicates his life to finding a cure. 718 more words

Reviews From The Past

THE DUEL (2016)

“The Duel” 2016 – Liam Hemsworth, Woody Harrelson and Alice Braga Poster credit: imdb.com

Directed by: Kieran Darcy-Smith

Our take:

Finally we get to see a “he-man’s” movie (not that I know anything about being a he-man) … 280 more words

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Review - The Duel

The Duel, directed by Kieran Darcy-Smith, is an empty film; void of anything that intrigues or compels you to invest in this film. With a premise that doesn’t lead to anywhere satisfying and characters that play by the book and never really standout – The Duel is a film that just moves along unnoticed, until it inevitably ends. 926 more words