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‘Attack the Block’ Film Review

The film that shot John Boyega to prominence was definitely one I wanted to see; as I have really enjoyed his performances as: Finn in the latest Star Wars trilogy, Dismukes in ‘Detroit’ and even Jake Pentecost in ‘Pacific Rim: Uprising’ (even though I didn’t like the film.) Also, with such a short running time, at 87 minutes, I held out a lot of hope that I would be engaged throughout, as I love a concise narrative. 547 more words

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The Old Man and the Gun

An intriguing story based on one Forrest Tucker, a serial bank robber in the USA who was imprisoned multiple times and escaped 18 times. However, don’t get thinking that this film is a mega heist feast, because it isn’t. 306 more words

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Stan & Ollie[2019] - Review

The following is my review and represents my opinion. No matter if you agree or disagree, I would like to have a discussion about the film and promote this wonderful art form. 726 more words

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If Beale Street Could Talk

If Beale Street Could Talk is a film that will grow in stature and appreciation over the next several years. Not that it’s being ignored now–Regina King will win the Oscar for Best Supporting Actress, and there will be other nominations as well. 801 more words

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Film Review: Netflix's IO Approaches the End Times With a Lack of Intrigue

The Pitch: It’s the end of the world as we know it. And she feels … less than fine. She’s Sam Walden (Margaret Qualley… 839 more words


Stan & Ollie: Coogan And Reilly Deliver A Heartfeld Love-Letter To Hollywood's Peculiar Couple - ★★★★☆

There isn’t anything much funnier than; “How about we give to the poor stealing from the poor, that way we cut out the middleman?” Laurel & Hardy was one of the greatest comedic sketches of our time, and in this comedic-drama Steve Coogan and John C. 456 more words

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Oh, The Humanity! Scooby Doo 2

Okay, let’s jump straight to the point – Scooby Doo 2 – Monster’s Unleashed is a bad bad bad movie. It’s horribly gaudy, OTT, annoying, and manages the quite impressive feat of being one of the stupidest films of all time. 555 more words

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