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Underworld: Blood Wars – Film Review

Director: Anna Foerster Starring: Kate Beckinsale, Theo James, Tobias Menzies, Laura Pulver and Charles Dance Release Date: 13 Jan Haemophobia sufferers beware! The Underworld saga has returned for its fifth instalment, entitled “Blood Wars”, which is one promise…

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Monster Trucks – Film Review

Director: Chris Wedge Starring: Lucas Till, Jane Levy and Rob Lowe Release Date: 26 Dec One could describe the plot of Monster Trucks as the story of an unstoppable American behemoth and its insatiable quest for oil. Contrary…

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Passengers – Film Review

Director: Morten Tyldum Starring: Chris Pratt, Jennifer Lawrence and Martin Sheen Release Date: Dec 21 Considering the marketing for Passengers, it is very easy to write this project off as a simple star vehicle for Chris Pratt and…

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I Am Not a Serial Killer – Film Review

Director:  Billy O’Brien Starring: Max Records, Laura Fraser and Christopher Lloyd Release Date:  Dec 9 There’s no denying it: there is a fascinating aspect to the minds of serial killers. You can’t help but be invested in their…

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Office Christmas Party – Film Review

Director: Josh Gordon Starring: Jason Bateman, Olivia Munn, T.J. Miller, Kate McKinnon and Jennifer Aniston Release Date: Dec 7 In an early montage sequence, TJ Miller’s Clay and Jason Bateman’s Josh are spit-balling ideas for their epic Christmas…

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Your Name – Film Review

Director: Makoto Shinkai Starring: Ryûnosuke Kamiki and Mone Kamishiraishi Release Date: Out Now When it comes to tired sub-genres, body swap comedy is the lowest hanging fruit there is. A constant subject of ridicule, their very existence suggests…

The Edge of Seventeen – Film Review

Director: Kelly Fremon Craig Starring: Hailee Steinfeld, Haley Lu Richardson, Blake Jenner, Kyra Sedgwick, Hayden Szeto and Woody Harrelson Release Date: Nov 30 In 2004, My Chemical Romance released the song ‘I’m Not Okay (I Promise)’; an angst-ridden…

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Arrival – Film Review

Director:  Denis Villeneuve Starring:  Amy Adams, Jeremy Renner and Forest Whitaker Release Date:  Out Now If you don’t already know Denis Villeneuve from the fantastic Sicario, or the underrated Prisoners then you’re certainly going to remember him after…