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Mr Peabody & Sherman Review
Mr Peabody & Sherman Review
Mr Peabody & Sherman Review
 

Mr Peabody & Sherman – Review

 
 
 
 
 
 
April 2, 2014
 



Mr Peabody & Sherman Review: Those south of 30 may not recall the “Rocky and His Friends” or “The Bullwinkle Show” cartoons, created in the 1950s and shown via syndication in the 1980s.  Attached to ...

 
 
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Divergent Review
Divergent Review
Divergent Review
 

Divergent – Review

 
 
 
 
 
 
March 25, 2014
 



Divergent Review: Divergent – [dih-vur-juhnt] – diverging; differing; deviating If you find yourself lost in the apparent endless sea of similarly themed young adult novels & movies these days, please allow me t...

 
 
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Non-Stop Review
Non-Stop Review
Non-Stop Review
 

Non-Stop – Review

 
 
 
 
 
 
March 21, 2014
 



Non-Stop Review: There may come a day when Liam Neeson can no longer play the same (or similar) role over and over and get away with it.  Today is not that day.  He’s the sensitive yet menacing lead that audiences have warmed u...

 
 
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The LEGO Movie - Joint Review
The LEGO Movie - Joint Review
The LEGO Movie - Joint Review

The LEGO Movie – Joint Review Becca’s Perspective: Everything is awesome. No, really! Despite it being the sugar-fuelled half-term release, The Lego Movie is genuinely awe-inspiring, an incredible feat of stop-motio...

 
 
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The Hunt Review
The Hunt Review
The Hunt Review
 

The Hunt – Review

 
 
 
 
 
 
March 1, 2014
 



The Hunt Review: *Note – “The Hunt” (also known by its’ Danish title “Jagten”) has been nominated for a 2013 Oscar for Best Foreign Film despite having a release date set in 2012.  Due to its’ consideration as a 2013 nomi...

 
 
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Robocop Review
Robocop Review
Robocop Review
 

Robocop – Review

 
 
 
 
 
 
February 27, 2014
 



Robocop Review: *CAUTION – Possible Spoilers Ahead* The original “RoboCop”, while revered by many, was a dreadful chore to watch.  It’s an overindulging film that thinks it’s saying something about the world we’re in, but...