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Fences Poster Review
Fences Poster Review
Fences Poster Review
 

Fences – Review

 
 
 
 
 
 
February 12, 2017
 



Fences Review: Fences could be a landmark film in the history of African-American cinema. It is a period piece. There is no sex or gun-related violence in it. Yet it has made $50 million to date at the US box office – twi...

 
 
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Moana review
Moana review
Moana review
 

Moana – Review

 
 
 
 
 
 
December 4, 2016
 



Moana Review: In Disney Studios latest animated film, ‘Moana’, the titular Polynesian heroine accompanied by her comic relief cross-eyed pet chicken sets out to restore the heart of a far away island with the assistance of a de...

 
 
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Sully Review
Sully Review
Sully Review
 

Sully – Review

 
 
 
 
 
 
December 4, 2016
 



Sully Review: There are parts of ‘Sully’ that, to use test screening vernacular, ‘strike you the wrong way’. The film, written by Todd Kormanicki (whose credits include the unmemorable 2007 Halle Berry-Bruce Willis thriller ‘Pe...

 
 
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The Gatehouse Review
The Gatehouse Review
The Gatehouse Review
 

The Gatehouse – Review

 
 
 
 
 
 
November 8, 2016
 



The Gatehouse Review:  There is something about St Albans that makes film directors who hail from there inherently nice. Years ago, at a party for a short film festival, I met Mike Newell, the St Albans born director of ‘Dance ...

 
 
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War on Everyone Review poster
War on Everyone Review poster
War on Everyone Review poster

War on Everyone – Joint Review Larry’s Perspective: For his first American film – may there be many more – Irish writer and director John Michael McDonagh (‘The Guard’, ‘Calvary’) takes on the buddy cop drama and de...

 
 
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Magnificent Seven Poster Review
Magnificent Seven Poster Review
Magnificent Seven Poster Review
 

The Magnificent Seven – Review

 
 
 
 
 
 
October 5, 2016
 



The Magnificent Seven Review: The remake of ‘The Magnificent Seven’ benefits from its ‘can’t fail’ story structure. A small community is need of help from a force better resourced and more powerful than itself. It makes a deman...