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There are certain things that age well. And then there are things that just start to stink the longer they are around. A discussion of how long a film franchise should be allowed to linger before it inevitably starts to dwell o...

 
 
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Truth or Dare – Review

 
 
 
 
 
 
April 29, 2018
 



Truth or Dare Review: What happens when a bunch of bored, party-loving and sexually curious teens visits an abandoned church on a remote hillside in Mexico? A very fucked up game of truth or dare. Jeff Wadlow’s latest horror th...

 
 
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It is relatively safe to say that Disney is synonymous with classic. Classic for timeless tales of love, adventure and fun, early childhood cinematic experiences and captivating animated storytelling. When the very idea of you ...

 
 
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There is something quintessentially odd about Agatha Christie’s Poirot. From his obsessive pursuit of order and symmetry, numerous eccentricities and merciless attitude towards British food to his posture, spotlessly polished b...

 
 
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victoria and abdul review poster
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Victoria & Abdul – Review

 
 
 
 
 
 
October 1, 2017
 



Victoria & Abdul Review: It is often said that if John Brown freed Queen Victoria from Prince Albert and released her inner capacity for hedonism and pleasure, then Abdul Karim enabled her curiosity and for an Empress of In...

 
 
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Everything, Everything Review: There is something refreshingly appealing about any attempt to rejuvenate the rather stale concept of young, passionate and uplifting love: the force that keeps the world afloat. It is not to say ...