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RoboCop - Review


When talking about the greatest action films of the 1980’s, doing so without bringing up RoboCop is disgraceful in the highest possible manner. Paul Verhoeven’s Hollywood debut remains not only a staple for iconic 1980’s action films but one of the most intelligent, if in-your-face satires of said era. 1,075 more words

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Released 1987 Rating (UK) 18 Source of story An original screenplay Writer/s script Edward Neumeier, Michael Miner Director Paul Verhoeven Starring 194 more words

Total Recall - Review


My first memories of Total Recall have gone on in the same way that my own for RoboCop had. I was thirteen years old and I saw both films back to back on television (where they were both uncensored, surprisingly) and although both had been helpful factors in allowing myself to accept the sight of graphic violence on the screen, I merely came out just liking them because all I saw was an action film. 917 more words

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Beyond the Reach (2014) Review

Madec is a corporate high roller who will stop at nothing to get exactly what he wants. Ben his young guide is for more than he bargained for on the hunting trip which certainly does not go to plan! 479 more words


Beverly Hills Cop

Released 1984 Rating 15 in UK (R in US) Director Martin Brest Writer/s Daniel Petrie Jr, Danilo Bach Starring 178 more words

The Happiness Cage/The Mind Snatchers (1972)

‘This is a 31 gauge piece of Teflon stainless steel wire. I want to put it in your brain.’

A troubled young soldier with psychotic tendencies is sent to a mysterious army hospital where there are only two other patients. 479 more words

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