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Cropsey 6/10 and Killer Legends 7.5/10

Director Joshua Zeman explores the dark side of the urban legends in a pair of chilling documentaries.

Cropsey is the sad and intriguing story of five missing children in the Staten Island area of New York City. 335 more words

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Video Games: The Movie

Average documentary offers nothing new.

I am not a massive gamer so I was expecting to discover lots of interesting stuff about video game history in this documentary but unfortunately narrator Sean Astin (Samwise Gamgee) presents the very basics of the history of video games. 159 more words

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The Warriors - 7/10.

A Clockwork Orange meets Escape from New York.

The Warriors is one of those great films from the 70’s and 80’s that showed how Hollywood had no idea how to portray inner city gangs. 191 more words

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Velvet Goldmine - 4/10.

Sex, Drugs and Shit Music.

On paper a film based on the life of David Bowie complete with an amalgamation of Lou Reed and Iggy Pop played by Ewan Mcgregor sounds fucking brilliant, unfortunately the reality is more Smurfs Go Pop than Dylan Goes Electric. 321 more words

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Wish I Was Here - 7.5/10.

Zach Braff makes the most Zach Braff film ever.

Back in 2004 Scrubs star Zach Braff wrote and directed sleeper hit Garden State to much critical acclaim. 413 more words

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Celeste and Jesse Forever - 7/10.

Documentary asks ‘What happens next?’ When Celeste of Daphne and Celeste fame finds a new partner.

Ok so it isn’t really about that, instead we have an adult comedy drama starring Andy Samberg and Parks & Rec’s Rashida Jones as a freshly divorced couple who remain friends and are unsure about their feelings for each other. 119 more words

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Mockingjay Part 1 - 5.5/10

The modern phenomena in cinema for a film franchise to release a film every year has predictably led to some uninspiring sequels that exist only to make money and move the story along. 175 more words

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