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Review: In the 1970s, disaster movies were the blockbusters of the day. Towering Inferno and the Airport movies raked in tons of cash. However, by the 1980s, the genre had died down… and along came computer generated effe...

Review: There is one sequence in ‘Kong: Skull Island’ that absolutely justifies the price of admission. After a series of ill-advised bombs have been dropped to stir the ecosystem within Skull Island, an uncharted landmass that...

Review: Feels like it’s been a lifetime since we saw a young Hugh Jackman fight in a cage, doesn’t it? If you don’t feel the same, the first X-Men film will apprise you. Forget and forgive everything you know about ...

. A review digest for films you can watch right now on Netflix! iBoy In a dark, gang-riddled part of London, Tom (Bill Milner, X-Men: First Class), a young boy pines for Lucy (Maisie Williams of Game of Thrones). The schoolmate...
 

[Review] – ‘El Inca’

 
 
 
 
 
 
March 3, 2017
 



Review: Nearly every culture on the planet looks up to people like politicians, entertainers, writers, and athletes as role models or leaders. It’s no one wonder then why there are so many biopics telling the challenging life a...
 

[Review] – ‘A Cure for Wellness’

 
 
 
 
 
 
February 26, 2017
 



Review: A Cure for Wellness sets itself up as an urban morality tale without much morality or much of a tale. It is 146 minutes of pure misjudged enterprise, desperately – and I mean desperately – in need of the fantastical to ...