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‘Steve Jobs’ (2015) Review

Steve Jobs (2015) Review: Sorkin Overload Every great filmmaker has a signature style to identify them. They might dabble between different genres and mediums, but at the core of it, the audience is able to say “That felt like one of theirs”. Some are easier to pick up on than

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‘Spectre’ (2015) Review

Spectre (2015) Review: James Bland James Bond films are somewhat event cinema. With a history that dates back to 1962, the series has developed success both critically and commercially, and the following that comes with it. More than that, the series has developed to the point where it has essentially

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‘Goosebumps’ (2015) Review

Goosebumps (2015) Review: Go Read A Book The films we see today are usually based on some other medium; whether it be comics, a TV show or based on the novel Push by Sapphire. Regardless, these films are the ones that get put under the closest scrutiny as fans of

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‘Bridge Of Spies’ (2015) Review

Bridge Of Spies (2015) Review: I Spy A Damn Good Movie How long should a movie career last? The best filmmakers typically, after a long enough run in hollywood, build a quality body of work that people revere. The trouble is, after too long, filmmakers tend to lose their resolve.

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‘The Walk’ (2015) Review

The Walk (2015) Review: Impossibly Good Film-making is all about illusion. Every year people spend their hard earned time and money to sit in a dark room where they’re told to be quiet, all so they can watch the wool being pulled over their eyes. The actors pretend to be

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‘The Martian’ Review (2015)

The Martian (2015) Review: Cast Away In Spaaaaaaaace. Ridley Scott is an interesting director to say the least. While his beginnings of ‘Alien’ and ‘Blade Runner’ cemented him as a sci-fi great, Scott’s curriculum vitae is as broad as the xenomorph’s skull. He’s done a war film in ‘Black Hawk Down’, a

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‘Black Mass’ (2015) Review

Black Mass (2015) Review: Strictly Criminal Crime films are quite possibly the most conflicted genre of cinema. Here you have films that depict the most gratuitous acts of violence, moral depravity and disregard for the rules that society has agreed to align themselves by. Their characters use foul language and

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‘The Perfect Guy’ (2015) Review

The Perfect Guy (2015) Review: Evil Ealy Stalker movies are a special breed of horror. While most horror films take a supernatural element and then go from there, stalkers tend to be less fantastic. Sure you have slashers like Halloween and Friday the 13th, but those always end up morphing

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‘Transporter: Refueled’ (2015) Review

Transporter: Refueled (2015) Review: Running On Empty This summer saw quite a few fourth and fifth franchise iterations. There was ‘Jurassic World’, the spiritual sequel to the original 1993 epic, but still the fourth film in the series. ‘Mad Max: Fury Road’ saw the return of a franchise long thought

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‘Hitman: Agent 47’ (2015) Review

Hitman: Agent 47 (2015) Review: Shoot to Thrill Video game movies are plagued by mediocrity. Every attempt at producing a film based on the interactive art form has done nothing to appease those who say it simply can’t be done. The end result is always a half assed attempt to

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