Roobla Reviews.

Film Review

Movie 43 (2013)

Movie 43 extinguishes a lavish cast with an unfunny gross out dross and is already a contender for worst film of 2013.

Jack Bottomley | 6 years | Read
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Manborg (2011)

Made on a tight budget, Manborg will appeal to cult sci-fi junkies with a hankering for the VHS nasties of the early 80’s.

Rob Batchelor | 6 years | Read
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Flight (2012)

Denzel Washington stars in Flight, Robert Zemeckis’s first live-action film since Cast Away, about an alcoholic pilot who saves a plane from certain doom.

Gavin Thai-Low | 6 years | Read
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V/H/S (2012)

You thought that the Found Footage technique had run its course; think again with V/H/S, an effective indie horror anthology.

Jack Bottomley | 6 years | Read
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That’s My Boy (2012)

That’s My Boy is further proof that Adam Sandler is a presence that would not be missed in cinemas, with his attempt at more explicit comedy just as unsuccessful as his previous work.

David Pratt | 6 years | Read
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The Last Stand (2013)

The Last Stand is not perfect but it’s a thoroughly entertaining return to the big screen for one of the world’s biggest stars.

Paul Anderson | 6 years | Read
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Zero Dark Thirty (2013)

Kathryn Bigelow’s Zero Dark Thirty tells the story of one woman’s dedication in the decade-long hunt for Osama Bin Laden and his eventual death, starring Jessica Chastain.

Gavin Thai-Low | 6 years | Read
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Chained (2012)

Chained rises above the usual crop of awful horror to offer something more intellectually stimulating and heartfelt.

Rob Batchelor | 6 years | Read
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The Song of Lunch (2010)

The Song of Lunch is a BBC adaptation of Christopher Reid’s poem of the same name. Alan Rickman and Emma Thompson star as ‘He’ and ‘She’ respectively.

Laura Jones | 6 years | Read