Category: Films

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Tomb Raider

On the surface, Tomb Raider is just another video game movie adaptation, in a long line of such films. But dig a little deeper (AKA go see the film) and you’ll soon discover that...

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Red Sparrow

I’ll be honest and say that I really don’t like Jennifer Lawrence. I don’t understand why she’s the highest-paid actress in the world, because to be frank, there are many, many more actress out...

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Black Panther

I was in two minds about Black Panther, and until last week wasn’t even sure I wanted to see it. But glad I am that I decided to go along to the advance screening...

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Maze Runner: The Death Cure

If you’re a fan of the books, let me be straight up with you… I enjoyed the first book A LOT, I took a long time to force my way through the second and...

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Justice League

I’m sorry, but I’m just gonna come out and say it, Justice League is a wishy washy mess of a film that has some redeeming features but not enough to save it. The story...

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Thor: Ragnarok

The Marvel Cinematic Universe is a funny place, it all started off with Iron Man in 2008 which I loved, but then just over a month later it almost all imploded with The Incredible...

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Blade Runner 2049

A dystopian film, fueled by the relationships within itself, Blade Runner 2049, remains true to its original while bringing its own thing to the table. Definitely not a action movie but a film filled...

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Kingsman: The Golden Circle

The Kingsman: The Golden Circle was directed by Matthew Vaughn, starring Taron Egerton, Julianne Moore and Colin Firth. Although it does not quite live up to the first kingsman movie, it was a worthy...

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American Assassin

A topsy turvy tale of revenge, torture, terrorism and the CIA. American Assassin is a action thriller directed by Michael Cuesta and based on the novel of the same name by Vince Flynn. The...

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IT

It, the topsy turvy tale of seven children and a demonic shapeshifting dancing clown is based on a book written by Stephen King. It’s the second film adaptation of the book, but this time...