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Movie Review: Wandering Rose

Folks, if you’re planning a holiday, whether it’s a hunting trip, a romantic getaway, an adventure with the Brownies, a shortcut through Death Valley or a boozy stag party in the wilderness, never, EVER,...
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Movie Review: Fury

War never ends quietly. So goes the poster tagline for David Ayer’s rattling, clanking, rumbling, roaring, belching World War 2 movie Fury, a loud, visceral, strangely unaffecting piece of cinema that‘s...

Movie Review: The Guvnors

In the wasteland of lazy, lairy, Charlie Big Potatoes, Mockney geezer, bish-bash-bosh, Brit crime flicks beloved by Engerland's Stella-swilling aging lads it almost seems a no-brainer that some crafty blighter...

Movie Review: Night Moves

A trio of young radical eco-terrorists, desperate to make a meaningful statement, come together to plot to blow up an unsightly hydroelectric dam in the Pacific NorthWest that symbolises the consumerist,...

Movie Review: Lucy

There are stupid films, and then there is Lucy. But, before anybody casts a glance across that opening sentence and presumes I’m about to go on and tell you to give the film a miss, think again. For...