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The Hobbit: An Unexpected High Frame Rate Journey - 48 FPS Good or Bad?

48 FPS Good or Bad? By Simon Jago

When I first heard that Peter Jackson was going to be realising ‘The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey’ in a high frame rate 3D version I was immediately interested to see how it could enhance the cinema experience. 717 more words

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Simon mingles with Irish comedian Ed Byrne at a charity event

That’s two celebrity encounters in two days for the Movie Maniacs boys. Sean Bean who voices the adverts for O2 and Ed Byrne  who coincidentally voices the Carphone Warehouse adverts, please say Kelly Brook is going to be the face of T Mobile. 52 more words

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Rare Exports: A Christmas Tale Review

Rare Exports: A Christmas Tale Review
By Simon Jago

To describe Rare Exports as a strange film is a bit of an understatement. Unless digging up an giant Santa Claus demon whose social circle consists of filthy naked old men is a common plot outline in today’s Hollywood market? 288 more words

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Casa de mi Padre Review

Casa de mi Padre Review
By Simon Jago

A film starring Will Ferrell as a Mexican cowboy hunting down drug dealers speaking completely in Spanish looks like a winning combination on paper. 357 more words

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50/50 Review

50/50 Review
By Ryan Casey

As you can imagine Cancer is not a theme you would most commonly associate with comedy. However,  50/50 has decided to tackle this tricky subject by coming at it from a humorous angle. 407 more words

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Lockout Review

Lockout Review
By Simon Jago

Another adrenaline fuelled bone breaking action flick, Lockout  has no need for a clever plot or interesting story, which is good because it has neither. 489 more words

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Looper Review

Looper Review
By Simon Jago

‘This decade’s The Matrix’ was the quote used on posters to sell this film. Quite a bold statement to make. However, all the trailers and advertisement did look promising. 483 more words

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