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The Mummy 2017 Review poster
The Mummy 2017 Review poster
The Mummy 2017 Review poster
 

The Mummy – Review

 
 
 
 
 
 
July 19, 2017
 



The Mummy Review: It was when watching Tom Cruise and Annabelle Wallis being interviewed on The Graham Norton Show that I first saw a clip for Alex Kurtzman’s latest blockbuster The Mummy (2017). The protagonists Nick Morton (C...

 
 
Filmreview
 
Kong Skull Island Poster review
Kong Skull Island Poster review
Kong Skull Island Poster review

Kong Skull Island 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 uncha...

 
 
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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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Dead Rising: Watchtower & Endgame - Reviews
Dead Rising: Watchtower & Endgame - Reviews
Dead Rising: Watchtower & Endgame - Reviews

Dead Rising: Watchtower & Endgame – Reviews The zombie craze seems to be shambling as of late. After nearly a decade of non-stop zombie flicks, from Shaun of the Dead to World War Z, there’s been a lull in the film ar...

 
 
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Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates poster review
Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates poster review
Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates poster review

Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates Review: Alice Wetterlund aces ‘Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates’, a broad, lumpen comedy that is straight-jacketed by its premise and commitment to frequent swearing and uninspired slapstick. Sh...

 
 
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Yoga Hosers Review
Yoga Hosers Review
Yoga Hosers Review
 

Yoga Hosers – Review

 
 
 
 
 
 
July 3, 2016
 



Yoga Hosers Review: The commercial prospects for a midnight movie aimed at twelve year old girls seems decidedly iffy – at least for its theatrical run – for ‘Yoga Hosers’, Kevin Smith’s critic-baiting follow-up to his barely s...