Brimming with attitude, humour, skill and unforgettable performances Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri offers an unforgettable watch.
Review: Hello Carter (2014)
Despite well-played characters, Hello Carter offers little more than smiles from a script needing more work and direction needing more scope
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The future of the Marvel Universe
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Review: Sin City: A Dame to Kill For (2014)
Despite the power of its visual style and visceral content, Sin City: A Dame to Kill For lacks the power and slick construction of its predecessor
Review: Lone Survivor (2014)
Lone Survivor tells an admirable story well whilst the cast do what they can to elevate it above the normal war flick.
Review: Captain America: The Winter Soldier (2014)
Captain America: The Winter Soldier takes Marvel to new realms as Steve Rogers must face an unknown enemy force bent on bringing both him and Shield down
Review: Fire In The Blood (2013)
Fire In The Blood makes a compelling, convincing and devastating case against those in power who don't take action against the unnecessary suffering of millions.
Review: Seduced and Abandoned (2013)
Seduced and Abandoned offers an entertaining journey through the film world, but exposing it as a money-making business is really just stating the obvious.
Review: Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues (2013)
The film struggles to stay classy in the way that Anchorman likely always will, but Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues is good enough to serve as an entertaining sequel.
Review: Breathe In (2013)
Wrought with emotion, Breathe In takes a well-worn idea and adds another layer to it, using performances from its two leads to add great depth
Review: Artificial Paradises (2012)
A strong final act is not enough to save Artificial Paradises from its convoluted story or gaudy aesthetic, leaving a seemingly empty film in its wake.
Review: Something in the Air (2012)
It may be great to look at, but Something in the Air is self-absorbed, replete with characters not worth watching, and is ignorant of its own context.
Review: Dragon (2011)
Dragon is a refreshing mix of classic and modern story telling, with a strong cast and fight scenes to match any other, it delivers a powerful experience
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