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Film Review No.375: Sin City - A Dame To Kill For

I was a really big fan of the original Sin City when it came out. Saw it multiple times in the cinema, imported the DVD, and then imported the director’s cut boxed set. 1,661 more words

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Film Review No.374: Jurassic World

Jurassic Park is an actual classic film. It’s not a perfect film. It’s not even an exceptional film, but it is an important film in the progression of blockbuster cinema. 1,508 more words

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Critapocalypse Podcast 18

Hey look! It’s Critapocalypse 18 within which Matt tries desperately to drag the length of the podcast out as much as possible with his nonsense. We reviewed the tv shows Gotham, Parks & Recreation and Community. 82 more words

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Film Review No.373: Empire Records

The 90s was a magical time for small cinema to get noticed. There was a slew of directors coming from nowhere with fresh new films. Films like Robert Rodriguez’s El Mariachi, Kevin Smith’s Clerks Jean Pierre Jeunet’s City of Lost Children and so on, all came from fresh minds looking to get noticed. 1,322 more words

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Critapocalypse Podcast 17 - Mad Max Fury Road Was Awesome Episode

Here’s the latest Critapocalypse Podcast what I do with that Matt guy from Cinemaggedon. In this episode the only film reviewed was Mad max Fury Road. 249 more words

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Film Review No.372: The Running Man

Just over a week ago I watched Mad Max Fury Road and now all action films have been ruined for me. Modern ones at least. I feel the need to watch films that feel more real and less like computer puppets being flung around a photo composite diorama. 1,282 more words

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Film Review No.371: Mad Max: Fury Road

Jesus Christ Mad Max: Fury Road is one loud film. Not loud like, say, Transformers. This isn’t just noise filling the soundscape to fool you into thinking exciting stuff is happening. 1,375 more words

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