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Film Review: The Purge – Anarchy

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After Dark

Purge 2

Just a year on from James DeMonaco’s original introduction to dystopian America’s annual all-night unleashing of the beast within, this fast tracked sequel sees the writer-director returning to broaden the scope of his original idea, exploring the consequences for a cross section of society thrown together on purge night. To put it another way, a […]

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Film Review: Hercules

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Brett Ratner Presents...

Hercules

Just six months after Renny Harlin’s Legend of Hercules, the latest iteration of his haunted low budget afterlife staring Joe Lunk or Kit Musculature, or something, we have Brett Ratner’s take on the same character: a mercifully concise would-be blockbuster that cements Ratner’s reputation as a hack par excellence. From a conceptual point of view […]

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Film Review: Dawn of the Planet of the Apes

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Malcolm in the Middle

DOTPOTA

For the children of the 1970s and ‘80s, the question that bedevils them, job security and home ownership aside, is where’s the next generation Spielberg? Who will engender the anticipation, the same sense of confidence, guaranteed by the wunderkind of old? The answer may be someone like Matt Reeves. His Dawn of the Planet of […]

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Film Review: Hercules

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Brett Ratner Presents...

Hercules

Just six months after Renny Harlin’s Legend of Hercules, the latest iteration of his haunted low budget afterlife staring Joe Lunk or Kit Musculature, or something, we have Brett Ratner’s take on the same character: a mercifully concise would-be blockbuster that cements Ratner’s reputation as a hack par excellence. From a conceptual point of view […]

> > Read More...

Film Review: Dawn of the Planet of the Apes

Posted on:

Malcolm in the Middle

DOTPOTA

For the children of the 1970s and ‘80s, the question that bedevils them, job security and home ownership aside, is where’s the next generation Spielberg? Who will engender the anticipation, the same sense of confidence, guaranteed by the wunderkind of old? The answer may be someone like Matt Reeves. His Dawn of the Planet of […]

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Film Review: Boyhood

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This Boy's Life

Boyhood

Richard Linklater isn’t the first to document a character’s life at various stages using the same actor, nor is he the first to incorporate the scope of a character’s formative years into a narrative, but he can claim to be the first director to film a fictional character’s childhood over a comparable timeframe using the […]

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Film Review: Tammy

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Dick and Beak

Tammy

The best one can say about Tammy is that it is, in the very strictest sense, a movie. Ah, you say, thanks for the tip, but this isn’t as obvious a statement, or indeed as stark an example of damning with faint praise, as it may appear. If we compare Melissa McCarthy’s latest to say, […]

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Film Review: The Anomaly

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Straight to D.O.A

The Anomaly

One day the world will find out what Noel Clarke has on Universal Pictures and it’s going to change the film industry forever. How do I know it’s a big secret, the kind that ruins reputations and sinks institutions? Because this alone explains the studio’s agreement to distribute the British actor’s movies. Assuming something else, […]

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Film Review: Transformers – Age of Extinction

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The Blockbuster's Nadir

Transformers 4

Is there a serious point to be made about Transformers: Age of Extinction? The question has some urgency as surely every flippant dismissal, every leaden metaphor, every morbid simile, indeed every joke, must have been applied. If the challenge for the heavy hearted hack is not to give into temptation, to do their job and […]

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Film Review: Cold in July

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Daddy Issues

Cold in July

Jim Mickle’s tough little ‘80s-set thriller, adapted from a Joe R. Lansdale novel, starts off conventionally enough. Michael C. Hall, adorned with a period mullet, is awoken by an intruder. With a wife and child in the house he takes no chances and kills the burglar, only to discover his victim is the son of […]

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Film Review: Walking on Sunshine

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Summer Karaoke 

Walking on Sunshine

“I just don’t see why people have to make such a spectacle of their feelings” says Hannah (sister of Gemma) Arterton in Walking on Sunshine. In a movie this excitable; a film constituted from the distilled essence of a thousand girls’ nights in, it’s hard to know if the lament is a joke or an […]

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Film Review: 3 Days to Kill

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We'll Always Have Paris

TDTK

Along with Renny Harlin, an action maestro from yesteryear who disappeared without trace, people often wonder what became of “McG”, the self-branded peddler of masturbatory fantasies like Charlie’s Angels, briefly popular at the turn of the century. Real name, Joseph McGinty Nichol, McG’s sudden departure from all our lives, following the rich pickings of the […]

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