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San Andreas - Movie Review

The Rock is back being a bad ass fire and rescue helicopter pilot who has to save his soon to be ex-wife and daughter when an earthquake rips through the San Andreas fault. 67 more words

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Review: The Gunman

Being an older, Oscar-winning actor and coming out of retirement to kick ass in lower budget action movies is the vogue at the moment. Liam Neeson wrote the blueprint with… 3,352 more words

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Review: Danny Collins

Title:                          Danny Collins

Certificate:               15

Director:                   Dan Fogelman

Major Players:         Al Pacino, Annette Bening, Christopher Plummer

Out Of Five:             3

By now, everybody will know that this is film where Al Pacino plays an aging rock star, so the inevitable question is can he sing?  565 more words

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Review: Pitch Perfect 2

Finally got round to seeing this. I was a little worried after how much i enjoyed the first one that the second wouldnt be any good. 287 more words

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Furiosa Fever

So. I love Mad Max: Fury Road.

Or more precisely I love Imperator Furiosa.

The one-armed, kickass goddess.

For the first time in my life, I leave the movie theatre feeling empowered. 115 more words

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Oblivion Island - Fateful Friendship and Precious Memories

Released: 2013 in the UK
Runtime: 100min
Certification: 12.
Language: English (originally Japanese)

Where do all those missing socks and odds and ends go?

The film opens with an introductory tale giving background information to the plot – there once was a farmer who had been given a comb from his deceased grandmother but he’d lost it and really wanted it back so he made an offering to the local shrine which happened to be for a fox spirit and one night the comb was returned to him. 1,707 more words

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Bottle Rocket (1996)

Bottle Rocket (1996)
Directed by: Wes Anderson
IMDB: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0115734/
★★☆☆☆

Bottle Rocket is the first film by Wes Anderson. He has come a long way since. 216 more words

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