• War Dogs

    Film Review: War Dogs

    Todd Phillips’ War Dogs is a funny and engaging crime comedy-drama. The film entertains throughout its madcap tale. David Packouz is at a standstill career-wise, when is school friend Efraim […]

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  • The Purge: Election Year

    Film Review: The Purge: Election Year

    The Purge: Election Year is a suitable conclusion to the franchise. There are some interesting ideas in the film, although these are overplayed at times. Former police officer Leo Barnes […]

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  • Miss Peregrine Poster

    Previews: Rules Don’t Apply Trailer, Morgan and More!

    Lots of trailers, posters and clips this week, including the Rules Don’t Apply trailer, a clip from Morgan, Same Kind of Different trailer and more… Rules Don’t Apply Trailer Here is […]

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  • Lights Out

    Film Review: Lights Out

    David F. Sandberg’s feature debut Lights Out is a fun horror movie for those who like jump scares. The central idea is great, even if the overall film does not […]

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  • Weiner-Dog

    Film Review: Weiner-Dog

    Todd Solondz Wiener-Dog is an immensely entertaining black comedy. Some segments of the film charm more than others, but overall the film is very enjoyable viewing. A dachshund passes from […]

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  • Pete's Dragon

    Film Review: Pete’s Dragon

    Pete’s Dragon takes a departure from its live action-animated musical roots in this new version. Director David Lowery offers a well-rounded and pleasing tale. When young Pete is orphaned in the […]

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  • The Shallows

    Film Review: The Shallows

    Jaume Collet-Serra’s The Shallows is a fun, and at times tense, shark movie. The sillier aspects of the film can be forgiven for the overall entertainment… Pleased to find the […]

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  • MIKE AND DAVE NEED WEDDING DATES

    Film Review: Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates

    Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates is a bawdy comedy. The film hits and misses, despite the comic talent on display. Brothers Mike and Dave are instructed to find respectable dates […]

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  • Kong: Skull Island Poster

    Previews: Pete’s Dragon Trailer, The Accountant and More!

    Lots to see in this week’s preview of coming attractions, including the new Pete’s Dragon trailer, The Accountant, Wonder Woman and more… Pete’s Dragon Trailer Here is the new Pete’s […]

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  • Star Trek Beyond

    Film Review: Star Trek Beyond

    The third instalment of the franchise reboot, Star Trek Beyond continues in the same vein as its predecessors. The film is a lot of fun, although not as striking as […]

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Film Review: War Dogs

War Dogs

Todd Phillips’ War Dogs is a funny and engaging crime comedy-drama. The film entertains throughout its madcap tale. David Packouz is at a standstill career-wise, when is school friend Efraim Diveroli arrives back into town. Efraim is making a great success of bidding on US military contracts, and invites David to join him. With their business expanding, the pair try to […]

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Film Review: The Purge: Election Year

The Purge: Election Year

The Purge: Election Year is a suitable conclusion to the franchise. There are some interesting ideas in the film, although these are overplayed at times. Former police officer Leo Barnes is now head of security for Senator Charlie Roan. Roan is running for president on a ticket of eliminating the annual purge. Those in power are less keen to see […]

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Previews: Rules Don’t Apply Trailer, Morgan and More!

Miss Peregrine Poster

Lots of trailers, posters and clips this week, including the Rules Don’t Apply trailer, a clip from Morgan, Same Kind of Different trailer and more… Rules Don’t Apply Trailer Here is the Rules Don’t Apply Trailer. Warren Beatty writes, directs, and stars in the Golden Era-set film. With Alden Ehrenreich in the cast, the film is instantly reminiscent of this year’s Hail, […]

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Film Review: Lights Out

Lights Out

David F. Sandberg’s feature debut Lights Out is a fun horror movie for those who like jump scares. The central idea is great, even if the overall film does not always live up to this. There is something that attacks in the dark. Rebecca is pulled out of her independent world and back into family life when her younger brother is […]

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Film Review: Weiner-Dog

Weiner-Dog

Todd Solondz Wiener-Dog is an immensely entertaining black comedy. Some segments of the film charm more than others, but overall the film is very enjoyable viewing. A dachshund passes from various owners, each with their own idiosyncrasies. The little dog impacts their lives, as he is passed from a family to a veterinary nurse, from an odd couple to a […]

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Film Review: Pete’s Dragon

Pete's Dragon

Pete’s Dragon takes a departure from its live action-animated musical roots in this new version. Director David Lowery offers a well-rounded and pleasing tale. When young Pete is orphaned in the forest, he finds an unlikely ally in a dragon. Pete and Elliot are enjoying their adventures when Pete stumbles across ranger, Grace. Pete is intrigued by another human, but wants to […]

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Film Review: The Shallows

The Shallows

Jaume Collet-Serra’s The Shallows is a fun, and at times tense, shark movie. The sillier aspects of the film can be forgiven for the overall entertainment… Pleased to find the secluded beach where her mother visited, Nancy is looking forward to a day of surfing. Not far from shore, Nancy is attacked by a great white shark. The short distance to […]

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Film Review: Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates

MIKE AND DAVE NEED WEDDING DATES

Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates is a bawdy comedy. The film hits and misses, despite the comic talent on display. Brothers Mike and Dave are instructed to find respectable dates for their sisters wedding, in order to curb their rambunctious behaviour. Meanwhile, party girls Tatiana and Alice see a free trip to Hawaii, as long as they can convince the […]

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Film Review: Star Trek Beyond

Star Trek Beyond

The third instalment of the franchise reboot, Star Trek Beyond continues in the same vein as its predecessors. The film is a lot of fun, although not as striking as the first two films. Two years into their five-year mission, the crew of the USS Enterprise latest mission takes them into unchartered territory. Captain James T. Kirk and his crew […]

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