Film Review: Tomorrowland

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Give a film the title of Tomorrowland and it’s only natural to expect to see something largely focusing on the land of tomorrow. Unfortunately what we do get is something more bogged down in the generic doom and gloom story as to why we don’t deserve to go there. Continue reading Film Review: Tomorrowland

Film Review: Slow West

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Slow West is a swift, brutal and humorous western, full of wonderful characters and vignettes before building to its crazy conclusion. Continue reading Film Review: Slow West

Film Review: Mad Max: Fury Road

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Mad Max: Fury Road is an insane and brilliant vision from George Miller, full of endless imagination as it keeps raising the bar on the impossible. Continue reading Film Review: Mad Max: Fury Road

Film Review: Pitch Perfect 2

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Pitch Perfect is one of my favorite films. Calm down, AFI 100 Greatest Film aficionados, I didn’t say it’s the best film; Citizen Kane can rest easy lackadaisically gliding through a bed of roses on an all terrain sled since movies aren’t graded based on the number of times I’ve seen them. But if they were, Pitch Perfect would have the number one spot, along with the next nine. If that movie’s on TV I’m watching it, and it is on A LOT. It’s probably on TV right now. Continue reading Film Review: Pitch Perfect 2

Film Review: The Water Diviner

The Water Diviner is an enjoyable piece of historical fiction and a solid debut for director Russell Crowe. Continue reading Film Review: The Water Diviner

Film Review: Maggie

Maggie is an attempt to take a new perspective on the zombie genre, but the results are too unfocused despite its intentions.

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Film Review: Avengers: Age of Ultron

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Avengers: Age of Ultron is stuffed full of characters, solid action and interesting ideas, but on a first viewing it might be a bit too much to wrap your head around. Continue reading Film Review: Avengers: Age of Ultron

Film Review: Ex Machina

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Ex Machina is a fantastic debut from writer/director Alex Garland, whose sci-fi vision is as strong as anyone’s working in film today. Continue reading Film Review: Ex Machina

Film Review: Lost River

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Ryan Gosling’s directorial debut, Lost River, is a dark tale about fighting for your family and the lengths we are willing to go to keep it together. Continue reading Film Review: Lost River

Film Review: Man from Reno

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Man from Reno is a fantastic, bifurcated detective tale that is full of mystery and secrets from the most unexpected of places. Continue reading Film Review: Man from Reno