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Mad Max: Fury Road - The curse of Waterworld

Coming out of the cinema right after experiencing the assault on your eyes that is Mad Max: Fury road, one is left with the sheer astonishment of having witnessed one of the most iconic visual achievements in cinema in the last 20 or so years. 915 more words


Selma - A Conspiracy of Spielbergian Proportions ... or just bad timing?

Hmmm ….. seems EVERYONE is wondering how this important film about Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., with an outstanding performance by David Oyelowo, was denied Oscar nominations for the film’s director (would have been the first for an African American woman!) and actors. 206 more words


Review: Ex Machina (2015)

Telling the story of a computer coder Caleb (Domhnall Gleeson) who wins a competition to visit the house of the company owner Nathan (Oscar Isaac) only to learn he is about to participate in a breakthrough experiment involving artificial intelligence by evaluating the human qualities of the female A.I (Alicia Vikander).  300 more words

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Snowpiercer - Film Review

When several angry passengers in third class get tired of the food, Captain America tries to upgrade them to first class, but Ed Harris sends Tilda Swinton, an army of axe-wielding henchmen and one unlucky fish to stop them while a post-apocalyptic ice age rages outside. 22 more words


Avengers: Age of Ultron (2015) Review

The Marvel Cinematic Universe has been continually growing for the past seven years and since 2012’s The Avengers, Marvel have been churning out box office hits and adding them to their vast universe. 906 more words

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Film Review - Jurassic Park (1993)

With pretty much the whole of Jurassic World already available to watch in the umpteen trailers they’re already released, I felt like maybe I should have gone back to the original and watch  493 more words


Debug review: Hackers in space

In 1968 Stanley Kubrick scrubbed spaceships white and gleaming with his Space Odyssey, and then in 1979 Ridley Scott mucked them up again with… 757 more words