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Review – The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part

The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part Trailer It’s practically ancient history when it comes to the modern-day tilt-a-whirl of tent poll franchises, but it’s still a bit surprising to me how much of a revelation The Lego Movie of … Continue reading

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Review: All Is True

All Is True Trailer Man, this film sure knew how to get me interested. Look at this director. Look at this cast. Look at this subject matter. It’s almost like the perfect thespian confluence. You could pretty much take this … Continue reading

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Review – How To Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World

How To Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World Trailer Nearly five years ago I offered a glowing assessment of the How To Train Your Dragon franchise, for the strengths of its story-telling, character evolution and visuals. It was something made with care, … Continue reading

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Review: Polar

Polar Trailer More shooty shooty bang bang. Netflix really wanted me to watch this movie, what with all the targeted ads and reminders, so I naturally assumed I was the target demographic for this adaptation of a Victor Santos’ comic … Continue reading

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Review: Mary Queen Of Scots

Mary Queen Of Scots Trailer Man, I am just all about the royal period dramas of late aren’t I? Mary Queen Of Scots has arrived with much fanfare, at least in this part of the world, no doubt because of … Continue reading

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Review: The Favourite

The Favourite Trailer I gave 2015’s The Lobster a miss, and at times I feel like I might be the only person in the world who did so. It wasn’t that it wasn’t…intriguing, but I have never been all that enamored by … Continue reading

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Review: Welcome To Marwen

Welcome To Marwen Trailer My last experience with Robert Zemeckis was 2016’s forgettable Allied, and in that review I did posit that he was a director treading water since his brief second peak in the 1990’s. Looking back on his filmography … Continue reading

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