Previews: The Legend of Tarzan trailer, TMNT2 and more!

An abundance of film trailers this week, including The Legend of Tarzan trailer, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows and more… The Legend of Tarzan Trailer [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7rObS3KqMJ4[/youtube] The Legend of Tarzan trailer is here. Boasting a cast that includes Alexander Skarsgård, Margot Robie, Samuel L. Jackson and Christoph Waltz, the film focuses on Tarzan later in life when he […]

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Film Review: Hector

Writer-director Jake Gavin’s Hector is an earnest story of the realities of homelessness. Nevertheless, the film lacks a spark. Hector has been living on the streets for years. After an appointment, Hector sets off on his annual pilgrimage from Scotland to London. There, he hopes to spend Christmas at a temporary shelter… Hector is Jake Gavin’s directorial debut. Gavin also […]

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Film Review: Grandma

Writer-director Paul Weitz’s Grandma is an entertaining inter-generational comedy. Weitz’s script makes the film an enjoyable affair. Teenager Sage arrives at her grandmother Elle’s house in desperate need of $600. Having just gone through a break-up, Elle is unprepared for the request. The pair attempt to raise the money by visiting old friends… Grandma works very well as a comedy […]

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Film Review: Sunset Song

Terence Davies’ Sunset Song is beautifully shot. Yet the film feels overlong, and is not as gratifying as it could be. In the early 20th Century, Chris Guthrie is growing up. The daughter of a Scottish farmer, Chris reaches maturity at a tumultuous time for her family. As Chris’ life changes, so does the world around her… Sunset Song tells […]

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Previews: Captain America: Civil War Trailer, Krampus and More!

Plenty to see this week, with the Captain America: Civil War trailer, a Krampus featurette, the latest Pride and Prejudice and Zombies poster and more… Captain America: Civil War Trailer [youtube]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=21HP6OFn5OE[/youtube] Yesterday the Captain America: Civil War trailer dropped. From the looks of it, the film will continue with the tone of the excellent Captain America: The Winter Soldier. With a […]

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Film Review: The Good Dinosaur

Disney Pixar’s The Good Dinosaur is amiable family entertainment. Although it does not feel quite as distinguished as other features from the studio, the film is still an enjoyable watch. Young dinosaur Arlo lives with his family on their farm. More timid than his sibling, Arlo worries he will never make his mark. An encounter with a young human sets […]

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Film Review: Bridge of Spies

Steven Spielberg’s Bridge of Spies is a well made and entertaining political drama. The film bears certain hallmarks of director Spielberg, most apparent in the tone of the picture. During the Cold War, James Donovan, an American insurance lawyer, is recruited to defend an alleged Soviet spy. Reluctant to take the case at first, Donovan must pursue justice, despite the odds […]

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Previews: The Boss Trailer, A Monster Calls and More!

A plethora of trailers in this week’s preview of coming attractions, including the first The Boss trailer, A Monster Calls, Zoolander 2 and more… The Boss Trailer [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qSLjKDVdgk4[/youtube] Melissa McCarthy plays a successful businesswoman who falls foul of the law in this first The Boss trailer. McCarthy’s latest vehicle is a comedy with seemingly a similar tone to her last […]

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