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////- this wonderful film makes a compelling argument for the return of simpler, well-told, cinematic stories

Dredd (2012)

Hollywood takes a second stab at bringing the faceless, fascistic law giver to the big screen after Sylvester Stallone’s badly misjudged outing in 1995.

In fact the previous attempt wasn’t a complete failure; it captured the feel of the comic strip quite well, with some excellent production design and well orchestrated set pieces. 190 more words



After watching Spike Jonze’s Academy Award winning film, Her (2013), I was initially disturbed. The thought of a lonely divorced male becoming intimately involved with his OS system in lack of a real relationship seemed chillingly weird -it didn’t sit comfortably with me, it was just a bit  578 more words


Brooklyn (2015)

By now it should come as no surprise to you that I like simple stories told well. John Crowley’s adaptation of Colm Toibin’s 2009 novel… 950 more words

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Ex Machina Movie Review

Rating: 5/5

This was a surprising gem that I heard a lot about. While I didn’t get to see it in theaters, I did buy the blu-ray and boy was I blown away after watching it. 737 more words

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Ex_Machina (2015)

Starring: Oscar Isaac, Domhnall Gleeson, Alicia Vikander

Director: Alex Garland.

Ex_Machina is a sleek film. It’s the very definition of sci-fi thriller, asking questions of “what if?” and “what now?” and “should we have done this?”. 272 more words


The Revenant Movie Review


Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu’s second Oscar win for best direction and Leonardo DiCaprio’s first win was for their work in this thrilling historical drama based on Michael Punke’s novel of the same name. 785 more words

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