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Movie Review: Jauja

Patagonia, 1882. As the Argentinean army wages a genocidal campaign against the native Indian population, Danish mercenary and engineer Captain Gunnar Dinesen (Viggo Mortensen) arrives to take command of a...
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Movie Review: Robot Overlords

It’s the near future, 3 years after a race of giant killer robots have invaded the Earth, subjugating humanity, declaring martial law, and confining the population to their homes under virtual house arrest...
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Movie Review: Wild Card

I have a secret. A confession. An embarrassing admission. I am a 41-year-old heterosexual male, reasonably healthy, relatively sound of mind and body with diverse, eclectic, some may say, pretentious taste. In...
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Movie Review: Dark Summer

After being convicted of cyber stalking the local weird Goth chick at school, 17-year-old Daniel (Keir Gilchrist) finds himself sentenced to a Summer of house arrest and being fitted with a Lojack ankle...
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Movie Review: Blackhat

Movies about computer hackers, well, they tend to…kinda suck. I mean hacking isn’t really a spectator sport, is it? Which is why every movie ever made about hackers features the same ludicrous stereotypes;...
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Movie Review: The Boy Next Door

When he won the Oscar for his role in Hannah And Her Sisters, Michael Caine famously was unable to pick up his wee gold man as he was in the Caribbean shooting Jaws: The Revenge, a film so awful it prompted...
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Movie Review: Inherent Vice

In physics, an inherent vice is the tendency in physical objects to deteriorate because of the fundamental instability of the components of which they are made, as opposed to deterioration caused by external...
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Movie Review: The Last Of The Unjust

We don’t cover a lot of documentaries at ‘Movie Ramblings’ but ‘The Last of the Unjust’ is a remarkable film that is too important to ignore, a historical document that gives terrifying insight into...