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[Review] – ‘Self/Less’

 
 
 
 
 
 
July 27, 2015
 



Review: Damien Hale (Ben Kingsley) is a wealthy New York property tycoon. He’s also got less than a year to live, thanks to a terminal illness. Damien then receives information on an amazing new medical procedure called “sheddi...

 
 
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Review: Asif Kapadia’s long-awaited documentary Amy became the highest opening for a British documentary in the UK box office on its opening weekend. I remember when Amy Winehouse passed away. As the documentary points out, the...

 
 
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Jonathan’s Perspective: If you had any doubts about the antecedent of Chris Columbus’ premise-only action-camp comedy Pixels, you can quickly put them to bed about five minutes into the prologue when Dan Ackroyd appears a...

 
 
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It’s been said that there’s nothing new under the sun, and with the glut of remakes, sequels and reboots we’ve seen in recent years, you’d be forgiven for thinking that is certainly the case when it comes to the film industry. ...

 
 
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[Review] – ‘Dope’

 
 
 
 
 
 
July 23, 2015
 



Review: I grew up in the late 80s and 90s. Those were my high school and college years. In 2015, I feel haunted by the era of my youth. Movie and TV remakes have taken that haunting closer to torment with the general nostalgia ...

 
 
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[Review] – ‘Ant-Man’

 
 
 
 
 
 
July 23, 2015
 



Review: Ant-Man, the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s twelfth feature film, opens with Scott Lang getting out of prison and trying to go straight. It ain’t easy. Being an ex-con keeps him out of work and he’s denied from visiting hi...