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‘Bridge of Spies’ – REVIEW

Spielberg’s latest collaboration with Tom Hanks is an interesting Cold War thriller that is eventually flawed by its unevenness. Based on true events, ‘Bridge of Spies’ follows the story of insurance lawyer, James Donovan (Tom Hanks) who is drafted by … Continue reading

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‘Spectre’ – Review

Spectre’ opens with one of the best tracking shots in recent memory. The camera does not blink for a second as we follow Daniel Craig’s James Bond hot on the trail of an international terrorist during the ‘Day of the … Continue reading

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‘Mad Max: Fury Road’ – Review

Feminism packs an almighty punch in George Miller’s marvelous return to the world of Mad Max. Last time we saw Max Rockatansky, he was then Mel Gibson, and he was facing off against Tina Turner’s Aunt Entity in Mad Max: … Continue reading

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‘Avengers: Age of Ultron’ – Review

Joss Whedon fires another impressive blow from the Marvel cannon. I have to admit that, before seeing Avengers: Age of Ultron, I was beginning to get a little tired and weary of the seemingly never-ending flux of superhero films, especially … Continue reading

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‘Inherent Vice’ – REVIEW

“Don’t worry. Thinking comes later.” – Larry “Doc” Sportello Inherent Vice is an enjoyably delirious ride through early 1970’s Los Angeles, as long as you don’t try too hard to unravel the film’s unbelievably complex narrative. The film follows the … Continue reading

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