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‘A Star Is Born’ Plucks The Heart Strings – Review

A Star Is Born Review

A Star Is Born. It’s a story that’s been around for 81 years (the original was released in 1937), with three different incarnations in very different eras. The latest version stars Bradley ‘Rocket’ Cooper and Lady ‘Goo Goo’ Gaga, and is generating serious Oscar buzz.
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‘The Predator’ Loses It, In World Of Hurt – Review

The Predator Review

Everyone’s dream to have a lovable Predator dog on the big screen is realised.
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‘Venom’ Is Better Than You’ve Heard – Review

Venom Review

Does Venom have a symbiotic relationship with Spider-Man, or can he survive on his own?
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Avengers: Infinity War Packs Emotional Punch – Review (No Spoilers)

Avengers: Infinity War Packs Emotional Punch - Review (No Spoilers)

Earth’s mightiest heroes team with the Guardians of the Galaxy to take on Thanos, a mad titan intent on collecting six infinity stones, so he can kill half the people in the universe…
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What Did You Watch This Week? (Reviews of Annihilation, The Ritual, It, The Foreigner, The Bar)

What You Watched This Week Short reviews of under the oily dome thriller Annihilation, the lad-decorated trees of The Ritual, Spaniards bickering in The Bar, Jackie Chan vs the IRA in The Foreigner, and a story about a clown who lives with turds, It.
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Star Wars: The Last Jedi – Heath’s 2nd Opinion Review

Star Wars: The Last Jedi - Heath's 2nd Opinion Review

A fine New Year to you all. Here’s my non-spoiler review of the most divisive Star Wars film ever made. And stay tuned afterward for my brief assessments on Blade Runner 2049, Stranger Things: Season 2, Thor: Ragnarok, Justice League, and Coco.
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The Last Jedi Is A Big Disappointment – (Spoilers) Review

Star Wars The Last Jedi Is A Big Disappointment (Spoilers) Review

If you’re a casual viewer or someone who loves all things Star Wars without question, then The Last Jedi is a decent experience. But for me and many others who have followed the build-up, it’s a painfully safe film that misses every opportunity to really shake things up.
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Downsizing – Review (London Film Festival)

Downsizing Review (London Film Festival)

Matt Damon goes little and follows his conscience in Alexander Payne’s biggest film.
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Verónica – Review (London Film Festival)

Veronica Review (London Film Festival)

A simple game of Ouija backfires once again in this Spanish spook-er from the co-director of the Rec trilogy.
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Stephen King’s It – Review (Midnight Movie Madness)

Stephen King's It Review

Just in time for Halloween I’m taking a look at this year’s highest grossing chiller, It. Does Bill Skarsgård’s portrayal of Pennywise belong in the sewers or deserve a hand?
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