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Review: The most honest moment in Babak Najafi’s jaw-droppingly-moronic London Has Fallen comes at the very end, after all the knives have finished slicing and the guns have finished firing and the bombs are done exploding. It ...

 
 
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Review: Jack Silva arrives in Benghazi post-revolution, contracted with five others to help protect a covert American outpost. When an American ambassador settles in to try and help stabilise the city the six contractors are pl...

 
 
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Review: Open with an action scene, which leads to a smaller “character driven” scene, then an exposition scene that’s interrupted by action, and don’t forget to insert a few “BWWWAAAs” in there along the way. THE LAST WITCH HUN...

 
 
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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: Actress Jessie McCormack’s first feature film as helmer comes with a rosy premise, but regrettably suffers a lack of conviction and results in something rather ephemeral. Expecting is a candid dramedy, which centres on ...