James McLaughlin

Opinionator

An official Roobla opinionator since February 15, 2011

Film Review

Review: Class of '92 (2013)

Class of ’92 strips away the media personas of six football legends to reveal a group of friends who made a career out of playing the beautiful game.

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Film Review

Review: Black Rock (2012)

Pulling no punches, executive producer, director and star Katie Aselton unashamedly hits the grisly mark with Black Rock, a thrilling survival flick.

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Film Review

Review: About Time (2013)

If rom-com About Time is Richard Curtis’s final film, he has bowed out on a high, exploring family, love and loss.

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Film Review

Review: Berlin ’36 (2009)

Shining a light on a shocking Olympics scandal, Berlin ’36 excels as a film despite historical inaccuracies.

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Film Feature

Book vs Film: Safe Haven

We pit Nicholas Sparks’s Safe Haven against its silver screen adaptation – who will win? Read on to find out!

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Film Review

Review: Safe Haven (2012)

Nicholas Sparks’s latest weepy adaptation Safe Haven is a sure fire hit for girls’ nights in in the future.

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Film Feature

Top 5 Nicholas Sparks Adaptations

Nicholas Sparks, author of The Notebook and Dear John, has penned some of Hollywood’s biggest recent tearjerkers. But which is his best?

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Film Review

Forks Over Knives (2011)

Forks Over Knives offers some hard to swallow findings supported by scientific explanation on topics such as why we find it easy to gorge on unhealthy food.

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Zach Braff All New People Backstage 2012
Film Feature

Zach Braff Profile

Zach Braff is probably best known as protagonist J.D. from comedy Scrubs but the actor’s CV is a lot more impressive than most would think.

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Sinister 2012
Film Review

Sinister (2012) – Movie Review

★★★✰✰ Although predictable at points, the producers of Paranormal Activity and Insidious serve up a healthy slice of terror in Sinister.

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