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Movie Review of ‘The Raid 2′ (2014)

Sequels to hit motion pictures are always a dubious proposition, especially action sequels which very rarely live up to their predecessors, let alone surpass them. 2014′s The Raid 2: Berandal is one of the rare exceptions to the rule, however. Written and directed yet again by Gareth Evans, this sequel to 2012′s The Raid: Redemption confidently raises the bar […]

Movie Review of ‘The Lego Movie’ (2014)

The Lego Movie is a blast of pure awesomeness, an infinitely enjoyable animated feature which lives up to and surpasses its hype. Masterminded by Phil Lord and Christopher Miller (21 Jump Street, Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs), it’s a strikingly original piece of cinema, on top of being perhaps the boldest motion picture of 2014 so far. Here […]

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Movie Review of ‘The Lego Movie’ (2014)

The Lego Movie is a blast of pure awesomeness, an infinitely enjoyable animated feature which lives up to and surpasses its hype. Masterminded by Phil Lord and Christopher Miller (21 Jump Street, Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs), it’s a strikingly original piece of cinema, on top of being perhaps the boldest motion picture of 2014 so far. Here […]

Movie Review of ‘Captain America: The Winter Soldier’ (2014)

Marvel doesn’t have the best track record with second instalments, with Iron Man 2 and 2013′s Thor: The Dark World both paling in comparison to their respective predecessors. But whatever curse once existed has now faded with the release of 2014′s Captain America: The Winter Soldier, a sequel which not only improves upon its satisfying predecessor but also emerges as […]

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Movie Review of ‘The Lego Movie’ (2014)

The Lego Movie is a blast of pure awesomeness, an infinitely enjoyable animated feature which lives up to and surpasses its hype. Masterminded by Phil Lord and Christopher Miller (21 Jump Street, Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs), it’s a strikingly original piece of cinema, on top of being perhaps the boldest motion picture of 2014 so far. Here […]

Dom Hemingway (2014)

Dom Hemingway is very much a nothing film. It has a very mediocre plot, a main character too (purposefully) superficial to allow for the few sentimental moments to have any impact, a lack of focus, and a lackluster resolution. It’s not altogether dull or unenjoyable, but like the proverbial fast food burger, you’ll forget about […]

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Transcendence (2014)

Of all the things I have to say about Transcendence, I’ll open with this: for the majority of its two-hour running time, I was not bored. I was not necessarily excited, thrilled, or having fun, but I was also not wishing it would end, or feeling the need to check a clock. It might just […]

Hateship Loveship (2014)

A film whose ultimate message is that, if you are a woman, you can win a man’s heart by doing all the cooking and cleaning, while also letting him steal your money, Hateship Loveship is … basically just that. It has no energy, questionable morals, no compelling characters or performances — but boy, does Kristen […]

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American Mary (2012)

A twisted, gross, and great horror film, American Mary is so wonderful — until the last few scenes — that I almost want to say “go watch it” and leave it there. I won’t, though, because I know for some people “twisted” and “gross” are not necessarily positives. In fact, the entire premise of American […]

Silent Hill: Revelation (2012)

Of all the video game that have been adapted into films, perhaps the most successful was 2006′s Silent Hill, which might not have kept the same plot as the game — from memory it was a sort of hybrid of the first two games, but a very loose adaptation nonetheless — but had a strong […]

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Nymph()maniac: Volume II (2014)

After the first volume of Nymph()maniac, I remarked that I was excited to see the second, as well as the extended cut that lasted for somewhere around five hours. The reason for this was that the first part was funnier and more compelling than I thought it was going to be. It wound up being […]

Movie Review of ‘Non-Stop’ (2014)

On paper, 2014′s Non-Stop sounds exceedingly promising, especially with the combined talents of star Liam Neeson and director Jaume Collet-Serra, who previously collaborated on Unknown back in 2011. But in execution, the finished product is merely adequate, with slipshod scripting and an overwhelming amount of stupidity squandering the crackerjack premise. Instead of a taut mystery, Non-Stop is a meandering thriller which […]

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Hateship Loveship (2014)

A film whose ultimate message is that, if you are a woman, you can win a man’s heart by doing all the cooking and cleaning, while also letting him steal your money, Hateship Loveship is … basically just that. It has no energy, questionable morals, no compelling characters or performances — but boy, does Kristen […]

Only Lovers Left Alive (2014)

There’s a measure of doom and gloom to almost every single element of Only Lovers Left Alive, and it’s perhaps because of this that it’s hard to truly fall in love with what it has to offer. There’s certainly something, and I don’t think it’s the plodding pace or the romanticism with which it presents […]

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Transcendence (2014)

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Transcendence (2014)

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Bad Grandpa review.

Jackass present: Bad Grandpa review. Bad Grandpa is an outrageous comedy from the crazy minds behind jackass. It stars Johnny Knoxville as Irvine Zisman, the ‘bad grandpa’ and rising star Jackson Nicoll plays Billy who is his grandson. It is set across America as Irvine tries to reunite his grandson with his father and they […]

Evil Dead (Remake)

Director Fede Alvarez’s remake of Sam Raimi’s seminal horror classic ‘Evil Dead’ ramps up the gore level to 12 for a new blood-lustful audience, creating a slick, polished take for the new generation which turns out to be better than most and drenched in blood (literally)… That said… I went into the advertised gore ride […]

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