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Filth (2013)

Director: John S. Baird

Stars: James McAvoy, Jamie Bell, Eddie Marsan

It’s a filthy job getting to the top, especially for corrupt Edinburgh cop, Bruce Robertson (James McAvoy), who’s determined to secure a promotion to detective inspector. 525 more words

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Fantastic Four (2015)

2016 #110
Josh Trank | 96 mins | streaming (HD) | 2.35:1 | USA / English | 12 / PG-13

Sometimes you just have to see what all the fuss is about, even if that fuss is overwhelmingly negative. 972 more words


Fantastic 4 (2015) - Overview/ Review (with Spoilers)


While certainly less campy than the 2005 version, this film puts a smudge on the Marvel brand by lacking their usual comedic appeal, emotional complexity, or jaw-dropping action. 1,143 more words


Mitchell-Mountain Heritage football preview

LEDGER – Mitchell athletic director Jamie Bell figures he has permanent seating for about 4,000 football fans.

Countless more can sit on the grassy banks that overlook the Mountaineers’ home field. 879 more words


Snowpiercer - Overview/ Review (with Spoilers)


When a person plans a revolution, it is always hard to estimate the amount of sacrifices there will be. Leading one to question: Is the future you’re fighting for worth the blood it will take to run the engine? 963 more words



A south Korean movie, directed by Bong Joon-ho (The Host 2006) based on the screen play by Kelly Masterson (Before The Devil Knows You’re Dead, 2007) and Bong Joon-ho. 1,484 more words


Movie Ramblings: Filth

Filth is based on the book of the same name by Irvine Welsh who also wrote Trainspotting. Armed with this information you can probably guess some of the dominant elements of the film: Rampant drug abuse, check; alcoholism, check; copious amounts of, lets call it “unusual”, sex, check; lots of swearing, check; some pretty freaky hallucinations, check. 623 more words