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THE BOTTOM LINE REVIEW: Me and Earl and the Dying Girl (2015)

Coming-of-age films seem to have become quite a fad as of late, making it increasingly harder to come across one that feels different, and perhaps approaches the subject from a different perspective. 247 more words

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THE BOTTOM LINE REVIEW: Mad Max: Fury Road (2015)

Now THIS is what blockbusters should be. Mad Max: Fury Road is a vicious, colourful explosion of a film…a relentless two-hour onslaught of unbelievable action, car chases, stunts, and wonderfully creative visual storytelling. 205 more words

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THE BOTTOM LINE REVIEW: Slow West (2015)

Westerns seem to be a slowly dying breed, becoming increasingly rarer as time goes by. So it was a nice change of pace to check out Slow West, a colourful and well-made little indie with some solid performances and a decent screenplay. 120 more words

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THE BOTTOM LINE REVIEW: Tomorrowland (2015)

Like practically every other thing Damon Lindelof has made, Tomorrowland is yet another case of having an intriguing setup, expertly executed, but then building towards a concept or idea that isn’t nearly satisfying (or conclusive) enough to justify itself. 230 more words

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THE BOTTOM LINE REVIEW: Mad Max: Beyond Thunderdome (2015)

I heard from many that this is a huge step down from The Road Warrior, but with Fury Road on the horizon, I was compelled to finish watching the trilogy before seeing the newest (and supposedly most amazing) instalment in the Mad Max franchise. 258 more words

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THE BOTTOM LINE REVIEW: Ex Machina (2015)

Slow burning but wonderfully rewarding, Ex Machina is a fresh and intriguing examination of the growing sophistication of artificial intelligence in the modern world, and its potential implications on the human condition as a result. 162 more words

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THE BOTTOM LINE REVIEW: The Road Warrior (1981)

Now THIS is a sequel. Infinitely more exciting, inventive, and explosive than its predecessor, The Road Warrior completely reinvigorated my faith in the Mad Max franchise. 170 more words

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