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Beauty and The Beast (2017) Review

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Disney continues its pattern of remaking their animated movies classics into live action films. The have found both success and failure, arguably in equal parts. Beauty and The Beast is the latest to get this treatment and epitomises both the success and failure. At times, wonderful and others dull, It’s truly a mixed bag. Belle (Emma Watson) and her father …

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Watchcast: March Edition: Mad About Super Heroes

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On this month’s watchcast we delve once again into the world of Superheroes. Before we do that we have a hot take on last month’s Oscars and then delve into the good, the bad and the ugly. The good includes Logan and Legion, the bad being Marvel’s Iron Fist and the ugly is the Wonder Woman trailer (huh, who are …

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Logan Review

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The X-Men franchise of movies has had both glorious highs and some very notorious lows but one of the constants has been the reliable workman like performances of Hugh Jackman as Wolverine. His popularity has even meant are series of spin-off films which for the large part have been forgettable. Logan is the latest in these stand-alone movies and was …

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Resident Evil 7: Biohazard Review

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It seemed like for the longest time two names were synonymous with the video game horror genre. Silent Hill and Resident Evil. Silent Hill looked like it may have been on the up and up with PT until Konami squandered both potential and talent with its rather public falling out with Hideo Kojima. Resident Evil seemed to have peaked with …

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Fifty Shades Darker Film Review

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There is a mental checklist you need to do when preparing for watching films like Fifty Shades Darker and its kin. Appropriately lowered expectations, liberal amounts of awkwardness for sex scenes and an ability to laugh at cringe worthy dialogue. Still, even with the appropriate mental fortitude, you might struggle with it. It’s a sequel that suffers from middle act …

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Split Review

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For most who have spent any time-consuming movies will know the ups and downs of director M. Night Shyamalan. Once the darling of Hollywood with hits like Sixth Sense and Signs, he soon began a downward trajectory of unsuccessful and derided films. His last effort The Visit was a riff on old horror comedy that was broader than some of …

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‘Lion’ Film Review

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The ‘based on a true story’ handle is one that often requires a stretching of the truth for the sake of entertainment value. Have you ever wondered what would happen if the opposite was true where accuracy got in the way of entertainment value? The film Lion might be the answer to that question. A film that is equal parts …