Film Review: Unbroken

Angelina Jolie’s Unbroken tells a remarkable true story, but its execution does not elevate it above other films of this ilk. Olympic runner Louis Zamperini has put his running career on hold to serve in the US armed forces.  After a plane crash in the Pacific, Louis must try to survive in harsh conditions, before facing even greater trials… Based on a […]

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Film Review: ’71

Director Yann Demange’s feature debut ’71 is a tense and compelling thriller that is finely executed. Gary Hook is a young British soldier sent for his first mission to Belfast. When he is accidentally abandoned by his unit, Gary must fend for himself on the deadly streets of 1971 Belfast… ’71 is a unmistakably visceral film that demands the audience’s […]

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Stuff To Look At

Plenty of cinematic treasure this week, with the new A Million Ways to Die in the West trailer, Noah, Captain America: The Winter Soldier and more… A Million Ways to Die in the West Warning: this A Million Ways to Die in the West trailer is red band. A Million Ways to Die in the West is the latest film […]

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Film Review: The Liability

The Liability mixes elements of a crime thriller with black comedy. It is not awful, but is not the most enthralling of watches either. 19-year-old Adam agrees to do some work for his mother’s gangster boyfriend Peter. His first task is to do some driving for Peter’s associate Roy. Adam is about to journey into the murky underworld… The narrative […]

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