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Die Hard 2

A typical sequel: bigger, louder but not as good as the first!

After the masterpiece that was Die Hard, John McClane returned in a sequel that’s bigger in every way though never holds up the same quality in entertainment. 626 more words



The 1980s action blockbuster movie was dominated by the likes of Arnold Schwarzenegger, Sylvester Stallone and Jean-Claude Van Damme (among others) – muscle-bound one-man armies that killed scores of bad guys with guns, brawn and cheesy one-liners. 1,078 more words

Film Review

Film Review: "The Hollow" (2016) ★★★

The subject of police corruption is not surprising anymore. Especially, when it takes place in a rural part of the country, where a sheriff of the county considers himself above the law. 458 more words

Movie Reviews

Ava's Possessions (2015)

Jordan Galland’s Ava’s Possessions is a colourful and creative romp, but it’s also burdened to the point of self-destruction. The 2015 horror comedy is strengthened by a high-spirited aesthetic and imaginative cinematography by Adrian Peng Correia, plus it features an enjoyable set of performances. 532 more words


The Hollow (2016)

Director: Miles Doleac

Writer: Miles Doleac (Screenplay)

Starring: William Sadler, James Callis, Jeff Fahey, William Forsythe, David Warshofsky, Christiane Seidel


Plot: When a U.S. congressman’s daughter passing through a small town in Mississippi dies in a mysterious triple homicide, a team of F.B.I. 300 more words


The Shawshank Redemption (1994)

Convicted of double homicide and sent to Shawshank prison, Tim Robbins wins the respect of his fellow inmates with guile and quiet dignity.

A firm favourite with many since it was released and often featured in Best Film Ever Made lists, The Shawshank Redemption is certainly a very accomplished piece of mainstream film making. 106 more words


In Cinemas October 7 THE HOLLOW

From writer-director Miles Doleac and Academy Award Winning Producer Lisa Bruce (The Theory of Everything) The Hollow comes to theaters October 7 from Uncork’d Entertainment. 199 more words