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"The Game" | Movie Review

Grade: (A)

A well crafted thriller with that delivers high amounts of intrigue with great cast performances as well as solid writing that builds many tense moments. 546 more words


Re-live: Reynolds the hero in golden point

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A SENSATIONAL 89th-minute Josh Reynolds try has ended Manly\u2019s NRL season, with Canterbury defeating the Sea Eagles 20-16 in a golden point thriller at ANZ Stadium. 6,761 more words

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The Game (1997) Movie Review

After getting done writing way more than anyone should about Suicide Squad, I was thinking to myself what I should watch next. I recently checked out… 981 more words

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Payback: Straight Up (2006)

The original Payback was one of my most beloved VHS tapes in my pre-teen days and I always remember it fondly. Mel Gibson was my favourite movie star for a long time and even now I find most of his pre-controversy performances extremely charismatic and engaging. 310 more words


The Way (2010)

This is not a film you simple watch for the sake of watching, to pass time or take little notice of. But one that takes you on a journey with the characters as they take their own journey. 649 more words


Highlander: The Final Dimension (1994, Andrew Morahan), the European version

About the only complementary thing in Highlander: The Final Dimension is Steven Chivers’s photography. The film’s got a terrible color palette, which isn’t a surprise since all of director Morahan’s decisions are bad, but Chivers never lets the film look cheap. 603 more words


The Game (1997)

Businessman Michael Douglas is powerful and wealthy but joyless and emotionally distant, so his mischievous younger brother Sean Penn buys him a part in a real life role-playing game that quickly spirals out of control. 190 more words