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Swept Away: The film that singlehandedly killed Madonna's acting career.

Younger people who may not associate Madonna with 1992’s A League of their Own or 1996’s Evita might have seen one of her later, less-than-stellar 2002 film Swept Away. 498 more words

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Review: Rush – Cinema Strangiato

Rush is dead.

So it seems.

But their memory lives on in the hearts and minds of fans, through terrestrial and satellite radio, and now apparently on worldwide big screen movie releases that just might come annually. 1,010 more words


Once Upon A Time...In Hollywood Review - A Nostalgic Ode To The End Of An Era (Rating: 9/10)

Quentin Tarantino is no stranger to controversy, and there remains very little that he hasn’t tackled – even when he maybe shouldn’t have done. With rape in  643 more words


The Land Before Time (1988)

Directed by: Don Bluth Written by: Stuart Krieger

The Land Before Time and The Lion King are two of the defining films of my childhood. Interestingly, I didn’t see either of them: at least not in full until this summer. 1,063 more words


Memory - The Origins of Alien review: Dir. Alexandre O. Philippe (2019)

Memory: The Origins of Alien is a unique beast, much like the xenomorph itself, a documentary that delves inside the untold origins of Ridley Scott… 473 more words

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Ready or Not Review

Ready or Not is a film that lots of married people will be able relate to, especially if your in-laws are bat-shit crazy, and I think that’s what I enjoyed the most.

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Once Upon a Time in Hollywood

Once Upon a Time in Hollywood is best understood as an alternative history. Quentin Tarantino’s latest film inserts two characters into 1960s Hollywood, allowing them to interact with the scenes and images of the decade he wants to show us. 770 more words

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