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‘All Eyez On Me’ (2017) Review

All Eyez On Me (2017) Review: Citation Needed. When thinking about ‘All Eyez On Me’, there’s almost no way to separate it from 2015’s ‘Straight Outta Compton’. The two films tell stories of similar conjectures, the rags to riches story of young black men in America with a dream, that

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‘Cars 3’ (2017) Review

Cars 3 (2017) Review: Just What I Needed The notorious Cars franchise races back into cinemas this time. After the spy-themed fever dream that was ‘Cars 2’ the series has taken a cue from other trilogies before it and returned to its underdog story roots. The focus switches back to

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‘The Mummy’ (2017) Review

The Mummy (2017) Review: Dead On Arrival. There are action comedies, there are horror comedies. ‘The Mummy’ is unique in being a full on action horror comedy. The fourth film in the franchise disregards the ones that came before it. Fraser is out, Cruise is in, and he’s bringing a

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‘Wonder Woman’ (2017) Review

Wonder Woman (2017) Review: Finally. About an hour into ‘Wonder Woman’, Princess Diana of Themyscira awakens on a ship pulling into London in 1918, at the height of the Great War. Her companion, Steve Trevor, gleefully welcomes her to jolly old London, but the smoke and concrete of the industrial

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‘Pirates Of The Caribbean’ (2017) Review

Pirates Of The Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales (2017) Review ‘Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales’, the fifth release in the ‘Pirates of the Caribbean’ franchise finally sees the return of Captain Jack Sparrow. This time, Jack has found himself caught up with another adventure involving

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‘Alien Covenant’ (2017) Review

Alien Covenant (2017) Review: The Best Alien Movie In Years. When 1979’s Alien was first released, the world was introduced to one of the most iconic monsters in cinema history. Now, 38 years later, that same monster is being reintroduced to audiences with ‘Alien Covenant’. Set 10 years after the

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‘King Arthur: Legend Of The Sword’ (2017) Review

King Arthur: Legend Of The Sword (2017) Review: A Story Best Left Untold Guy Ritchie seems to be a director who is his own worst enemy. His style no doubt marks him as one of the most distinctive directors alive, and his ability to frame dialogue like a well-crafted action

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‘Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 2’ (2017) Review

Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol.2 (2017) Review: Character First. In many ways ‘Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2’ is much like its predecessor. It follows a band of self-centred ne’er do wells, in the unexpected position of having to care about something other than themselves. Complete with yet another soundtrack

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‘Unforgettable’ (2017) Review

Unforgettable (2017) Review: Forgettable. It seems there’s no such thing as a bad movie anymore. Everything from the live action cartoon of the modern ‘Fast and Furious’ movies, to the incredible true story of “coloured folk” sending a man into space, can find an audience. Gone are the days where

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‘Fate Of The Furious’ (2017) Review

Fate Of The Furious (2017) Review: Just As Fast & As Furious As You’d Expect For what is usually well past the expiration date, Fate of the Furious marks the 8th iteration in the Fast and the Furious Franchise. At this point, most movies turn to gimmicks. Putting their characters

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