Category: Films

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Rogue One

Rogue One was an interesting move by Disney, expanding the Star Wars universe by adding side stories rather than adding to the continuing story. The fact that Disney created a fantastic fourth installment to...

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Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them

I can’t stand Harry Potter. I really can’t. I don’t understand why millions of people love the little idiot, but they do. And good thing really because without Harry I have no doubt that...

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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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Jack Reacher: Never Go Back

I quite enjoyed the first Jack Reacher film. It almost had something. Christopher McQaurrie’s adaptation (full disclosure: I’m no Reacher-reader) was an engaging procedural whose narrative fleetness was let down a little by having...

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My Scientology Movie

How fun is Scientology. Or perhaps, how fun is it to make fun of. How fascinating to watch its public pieces move and talk. I can’t get enough of it. I’ve spent hours and...

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Bridget Jones’ Baby

Bridget Jones’ Baby is the first movie I’ve been to in ages where everyone in the cinema was laughing just as loudly and embarrassingly as each other. A welcome return to the big screen,...

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Bad Moms

After being semi-traumatised by Mike and Dave need Wedding Dates I wasn’t sure if I could ever trust an R-rated comedy again. Luckily Bad Moms was a very pleasant surprise! The basic idea is...

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Kubo And The Two Strings

In Ancient Japan, an eyepatch-wearing young boy named Kubo (Art Parkinson) cares for his sick mother in a village. A spirit from the past turns Kubo’s life upside down by re-igniting an age-old vendetta. This...

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The Shallows

Blake Lively. In a bikini. Stranded on a rock. Being hunted by a massive shark. Need I say more? If you’re looking for some thrills, the very occasional chuckle and a bunch of fun,...

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Suicide Squad

If film reviews could be written in one short sentence, then my review for Suicide Squad would be thus: A beautiful mess. The emphasis would be on beautiful, as I just don’t understand the...