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Europa: The Last Battle (2017) review

So today is April 20th.  A day of infamy.  Where everyone is encouraged to roll a joint and smoke it; bake a batch of edibles and eat ’em.  3,838 more words


US - movie review by A.B.G.

The second film to come out of who will definitely be this generation’s M. Night Shyamalan — except five times more lovable, ‘Us’ tackles the theory that “we are our own worst enemy”. 382 more words

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Psycho (1960) Retrospective Review and Analysis

Brought to you by the master of suspense himself, Psycho (1960) is arguably Alfred Hitchcock’s best and most influential film – something not easily said given that the director has put out at least 47 films in his 60-year career. 1,307 more words

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Review: Breakthrough

In 2016, Columbia Pictures brought us a story defying the explanation of the impossible. Based on a true story, “Miracles from Heaven” is about Christy Beam, a mother played by Jennifer Garner, who witnesses a miracle from her 10-year-old daughter Anna. 841 more words

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The Curse of La Llorona & The State of The Conjuring Universe

New Line has been playing a risky game with The Curse of La Llorona, its new horror movie which pits Linda Cardellini’s 1970s social worker against a vengeful ghost who just really, really wants to drown her two kids. 1,026 more words

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District 9

District 9 is a movie about aliens, but it’s a different sort than the usual kind (the Third Kind, if you will). They arrive on Earth, but not as warlike monsters hell-bent on the destruction of the human race, like those in Independence Day. 980 more words

Comedy Oddities: What Planet Are You From?

I adore Garry Shandling, he’s one of my all time favourite human beings, and not just because of the sublime beauty of The Larry Sanders Show but also due to his stand up and his other tv series The Garry Shandling Show, while the superb Judd Apatow documentary The Zen Diaries Of Garry Shandling showed just why he was an endlessly fascinating human being. 1,266 more words

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