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Zombies are everywhere these days, from big budget blockbusters to riveting TV dramas our appetite for entertainment featuring the undead appears to be as ravenous as the flesh-eating monsters we are watching. Throughout the ma...

 
 
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Todd and Tammy Lawn leave their home in the rural south and embark on a journey to plant a church in the big, bad city. When they arrive, they are ruthlessly terrorized by a blood-thirsty mega-church and its pastor, Paulette Wh...

 
 
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Where the hell as 2014 gone? It’s already drawing to a close, the days are darker and the weather is so cold. All the highly anticipated films have been shown, their credits rolling and fans leaving the cinemas in a wave of exc...

 
 
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There are fewer things in this world that make me angry more than the lack of female representation in cinema. We, as an audience, are still being provided with female characterisation that has come from the eyes of a significa...

 
 
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Review: is entirely possible that Stephen Hawking is too revered a figure in today’s world to have a great movie made about him. After all, nothing takes the edge off a drama like the presence of a saint. Hawking decidedly is n...

 
 
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[Review] – ‘St. Vincent‏’

 
 
 
 
 
 
November 19, 2014
 



Review: I occasionally get all bent out of shape when a movie is too easy, or if it feels like the filmmakers are reaching into our eye sockets and milking our tear ducts.  St. Vincent dares to walk that line between schmaltz a...