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‘Tank Girl’ (1995) – Offering Something New, Even 20 Years Later | Film Review

  Good and bad movies do not exist. That is a bold statement to make but I believe it to be true, or as true as my subjective mind can see it. What makes a movie “good” depends on the movie itself and the viewer viewing it. Watching is not as passive an activity as we perceive it to be,[…]

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‘House Of The Devil’ (2009) – Netflix Horror Pick Of The Week | Film Review

  If you’re reading this then its safe to assume you have some vague interest in horror films. If you’re also a Netflix user, you’ve probably encountered major difficulties in finding a horror film that’s actually, well, sort of okay. I have scoured the chasm that is Netflix on behalf of horror fans everywhere to find the horror gems that[…]

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‘Pitch Perfect 2’ – Just The Right Amount Of Girl Power And Hilarity | Film Review

  The Barden Bellas returned to the big screen with a sequel featuring even more hilarious jokes and fantastic a capella performances. Pitch Perfect 2 saw the a capella ladies competing in the World Championships in Kopenhagen to restore their dignity after a mishap involving ‘Fat Amy’ played by Rebel Wilson revealed a bit too much during a performance. Viewers[…]

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‘Mad Max: Fury Road’ – Exhilarating But Also Sluggish And Exhausting | Film Review

  Everyone loves a bit of Tom Hardy don’t they? ( I mean… who doesn’t?!), and nothing beats him kicking some ass in Mad Max: Fury Road. Hardy stars as Max Rockatansky, a runaway who is chased and imprisoned by the vampiric and tyrannical War Boys of Immortan Joe (Hugh Keays-Byrne) who seems to be aiming for the prize of[…]

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Whiplash – Disturbing, Emotional And Incredibly Gripping | Film Review

  Director: Damien Chazalle Cast: Miles Teller, JK Simmons Rating: 15   Disturbing and emotional were not words I was anticipating to use when describing a film about a drumming prodigy and his overbearing mentor. To me, the student/teacher dynamic already had the scent of a genre well trodden beforehand, not to mention already having fierce competition from fellow BAFTA[…]

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