Category: DVDs

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DVD Review: Allied

Allied is a World War II period, romantic espionage drama. Yes drama. Others may want to refer to Allied as a thriller, but they live very sedate lives where the highlight of their week...

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DVD Review: Nocturnal Animals

I should have listened to my Spidy-senses and stopped watching Nocturnal Animals before I had really started. The opening credits have to be the most bizarre and disturbing (if you don’t like watching obese...

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DVD Review: The Accountant

If you ask me, I’ll tell you in no uncertain terms that I don’t like Ben Affleck. I’m not sure why, I just don’t like the guy. He’s a terrible actor. I can’t even...

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DVD Review: Doctor Strange

Marvel are really getting good at fine-tuning their movies. Doctor Strange feels like it has all the best elements of previous Marvel films with a few new and exciting editions thrown in. It is...

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Arrival

When you think of most Hollywood alien films, you’re probably thinking of special effects driven action blockbusters. Not so much with Arrival whose aliens arrive as a kind of 12 pack of sentinel objects,...

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DVD Review: Un-Real Season 2

Un-Real’s first season was a fresh breeze of biting satire taking swipe at the behind the scenes of our current obsession with manufactured reality TV, and it did it so well. But as with...

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DVD Review: Jack Reacher: Never Go Back

Lee Child hit on to a phenomenal success when he created the character of Jack Reacher. He’s the every-man good guy, the old school beat up the bad guy whilst protecting the little guy...

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DVD Review: Deepwater Horizon

All I knew about the April 20, 2010 explosion on the Deepwater Horizon oil rig was what I saw on the news and read on twitter. The news had images of an oil rig...

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BluRay Review: Blindspot Season 1

A duffel bag is dropped off at Times Square with a tag that reads CALL THE FBI on it. The policeman that notices it, does just that and soon Times Square is void of...

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BluRay Review: Central Intelligence

I’d manage to avoid watching Central Intelligence for a while, it just didn’t look like my cup of tea. American comedies are a rare thing. Oh sure, films placed in the comedy genre are...