Spoiler Free Review – Star Wars: The Last Jedi

Spoiler Free Review – Star Wars: The Last Jedi

Star Wars: The Last Jedi falls way below expectation. Clunky storytelling, unfinished sets and a whole heap of unfulfilled potential. With the Star Wars saga in its fortieth year, the story which began in 1977 continues this December with director Rian [...]

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Spoiler Free Review – Blade Runner 2049 (2017)

Spoiler Free Review – Blade Runner 2049 (2017)

Director Denis Villeneuve replicates the essence of Ridley Scott's original in Blade Runner 2049 - a sequel thirty five years in the making. Blade Runner didn't need a sequel. Ridley Scott's interpretation of Philip K. Dick's classic novel, 'Do Androids Dream of [...]

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Review | The Circle (2017)

Review | The Circle (2017)

With an all-star cast, sci-fi thriller The Circle foretells the dangers of complete social media transparency through the eyes of Mae Holland, tech-giant employee. Emma Watson leads an all-star cast that includes Tom Hanks, John Boyega, Karen Gillan, Patton Oswalt, Glenne Headly [...]

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Review | Self/Less (2015)

Review | Self/Less (2015)

A powerful and wealthy business man with a terminal illness finds a way to prolong his life, by taking another in Self/Less. Sir Ben Kingsley (Iron Man 3) shares the lead as Damian, a New York powerhouse in the business world, diagnosed [...]

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Review | Ghost In The Shell (2017)

Review | Ghost In The Shell (2017)

Visually stunning, violent and flawed. Ghost In The Shell is a confusion of a film. Ghost in the Shell attracted heavy criticism and accusations of 'whitewashing' long before the film hit cinemas. The filmmakers opted to cast American A-list actress, Scarlett [...]

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Review – Death Note (2017)

Review – Death Note (2017)

Based on the popular Manga series written by Tsugumi Ohba, this Netflix Original Film adaptation of Death Note provides a lot of reasons for fans to be disappointed. Primarily, the writers behind this latest adaptation of the story have used a [...]

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Review | Swiss Army Man (2016)

Review | Swiss Army Man (2016)

Swiss Army Man is unique, touching and bat-shit crazy. Few films have a fart-powered jet-ski corpse in the first ten minutes. On the verge of suicide, one man is taught to live again by his new best friend - a dead [...]

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Review | Approaching The Unknown (2016)

Review | Approaching The Unknown (2016)

Comparisons to The Martian do this 2016 sci-fi thriller no favours, but Approaching the Unknown is a slow journey to Mars. Debuting in June 2016, Approaching the Unknown, perhaps, sought to cash in on the success of the previous year's big screen [...]

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Review | Dope (2015)

Review | Dope (2015)

Growing up geek in 'The Bottoms', is a challenge on the best of days. Get caught up in a gang drug deal? Malcolm's life just got complicated. Set against a backdrop of Inglewood's tough neighbourhood knows as The Bottoms, three high-school [...]

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Review | The Mummy (2017)

Review | The Mummy (2017)

Move over Brendan Fraser! Now it's Tom Cruise's turn to take on The Mummy! Background The only version of Universal’s The Mummy I’ve ever watched is the 1999 version of the same name starring Brendan Fraser and Rachel Weisz. The film was a [...]

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