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Review – Godzilla

2014’s Godzilla kicked off Legendary’s MonsterVerse series and is its best offering so far with its well negotiated balance of character drama and monster fighting inducing destruction chaos. Hollywood’s last run at the famous Japanese character of Godzilla was Roland Emmerich’s 1998 Godzilla film which never really got anywhere and quickly saw off any ideas of a cinematic series for

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Review – Peter Rabbit

  Peter Rabbit is the 2018 live action / cgi adventure comedy adaptation of a classic story by British author Beatrix Potter directed by Will Gluck, and adapted by Gluck and Rob Lieber. Set in Windermere, in the Lake District, the – an adventurous, cheeky rabbit and his family and friends as they go into battle with Thomas McGregor. Thomas,

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Review – Date Night

We head back to 2010 for this review of the Shaun Levy directed Date Night. Written by Josh Klausner, the film was also produced by Levy and Tom McNulty. Phil and Claire Foster are a married couple, with two children, and the very definition of suburban living. Phil is a tax accountant and Claire is a real estate agent.  They

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Review – Tomb Raider

Lara Croft is back on the big screen. 15 years since Angelina Jolie made her second, and final, appearance as the heroine of the computer game series Tomb Raider, Lara Croft returns – this time in the form of Alicia Vikander (The Danish Girl, Ex Machina, Jason Bourne), directed by Roar Uthaug. The film serves as somewhat of a prequel

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Review – Concussion

Will Smith stars in the 2015 sports drama Concussion, based on the true to life events that saw Dr. Bennet Omalu complete ground breaking analysis that would lead to better understanding of the impacts of tackling within the NFL. Smith stars as Omalu, an African immigrant into America, who we meet in Pennsylvania, working as a coroner. Following the death of

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