• The Amazing Spider-Man 2 Review

    The biggest fear that everyone had about another Spider-Man film was that it would be too messy and convoluted for its own good. The early teaser posters certainly did nothing to reassure fans with them featuring three villains. Everyone held their collective breath and hoped this wouldn’t be another Spider-Man 3. Sadly, that’s exactly what […]

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  • Tom Cruise – Villain Or hero?

    When people think of Tom Cruise what do they see? That shit eating grin, the Scientology, star power? I prefer to think of Cruise as a character actor trapped in a superstar’s body. Once he went stratospheric with Top Gun, he began to seek out more interesting parts, and get the attention of some great […]

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  • Entitled: Iron Man Three / 3

    Let’s face it, Tony Stark is not a serious guy. A little setback with anxiety attacks over invading aliens and unexpectedly feeling small in the grand scheme of things aren’t going to hold him back for long. After the blast of fun that was Iron Man 3, the end titles sock us with a jazzy, […]

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  • On The Offensive: Robocop 2

    Just how could a film directed by Irvin Kershner (The Empire Strikes Back) and written by Frank Miller (Sin City, The Dark Knight Returns, 300) turn out to be one of the most offensive sequels ever made? There are so many reasons. Robocop came along in 1987 and caught everybody off guard. It was ultra violent, […]

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  • Empire Of Dreams: Star Wars Documentary

    Some kind soul has posted the George Lucas approved doc Empire of Dreams from the DVD release of the original Special Edition Star Wars Trilogy online, so we thought we’d share it with you here. The documentary covers his early career and follows him through the difficult making of the original Star Wars trilogy. It […]

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  • Review: Calvary

    Your own, personal, Jesus After last week’s nutty Noah, a more grounded trial of transcendence, forgiveness, and redemption, in John Michael McDonagh’s Calvary. Here, Brendan Gleeson’s Father James is a good priest, a rural Babel’s own “personal Jesus” – “Someone to hear your prayer, someone to care.” But this priest has a thorny dilemma – […]

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  • Scene Is Believing: The Godfather

      Arguably the most pivotal scene of The Godfather is when Michael (Al Pacino) takes the irrevocable step to cast aside his ideals in an attempt to save his family, by gunning down gangster Sollozo (Al Lettieri) and crooked police Captain McCloskey (Sterling Hayden). It is all the more surprising how powerful Pacino’s performance is […]

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  • Unscene Is Believing: The Godfather

    A popular image used to publicise The Godfather on its initial release features Michael Corleone (Al Pacino) in a scene, just one of several, that didn’t even make the final cut. Francis Ford Coppola’s initial cut of The Godfather ran to over four hours. Before shooting The Godfather Pt II he was tickled by the […]

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  • Review: Noah

    Noah beast so fierce – Russell Crowe and family bunker down in the Ark Darren Aronofsky’s Noah is unlike any Biblical epic you’ve ever seen before. By turns dusty, dirty, hallucinogenic and downright daffy, it retains a compelling, hypnotic power that draws the viewer into the granddaddy of all dystopian disaster flicks. Iceland once again […]

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  • The Big Red One: The Fuller Picture

    In Hollywood, personal films can often become bloated vanity projects. With Samuel Fuller’s semi-autobiographical WWII memoir, The Big Red One, there is nothing vain or glorious about the events portrayed therein. Fuller’s words at the beginning baldly state “This is fictional life, based on factual death.” The Big Red One tells the story of a […]

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The Amazing Spider-Man 2 Review

The biggest fear that everyone had about another Spider-Man film was that it would be too messy and convoluted for its own good. The early teaser posters certainly did nothing to reassure fans with them featuring three villains. Everyone held their collective breath and hoped this wouldn’t be another Spider-Man 3. Sadly, that’s exactly what […]

tom cruise mi4

Tom Cruise – Villain Or hero?

When people think of Tom Cruise what do they see? That shit eating grin, the Scientology, star power? I prefer to think of Cruise as a character actor trapped in a superstar’s body. Once he went stratospheric with Top Gun, he began to seek out more interesting parts, and get the attention of some great […]

Ironman 3 title

Entitled: Iron Man Three / 3

Let’s face it, Tony Stark is not a serious guy. A little setback with anxiety attacks over invading aliens and unexpectedly feeling small in the grand scheme of things aren’t going to hold him back for long. After the blast of fun that was Iron Man 3, the end titles sock us with a jazzy, […]

Robocop-2

On The Offensive: Robocop 2

Just how could a film directed by Irvin Kershner (The Empire Strikes Back) and written by Frank Miller (Sin City, The Dark Knight Returns, 300) turn out to be one of the most offensive sequels ever made? There are so many reasons. Robocop came along in 1987 and caught everybody off guard. It was ultra violent, […]

star wars episode-4-advance-poster-600x446

Empire Of Dreams: Star Wars Documentary

Some kind soul has posted the George Lucas approved doc Empire of Dreams from the DVD release of the original Special Edition Star Wars Trilogy online, so we thought we’d share it with you here. The documentary covers his early career and follows him through the difficult making of the original Star Wars trilogy. It […]

calvary

Review: Calvary

Your own, personal, Jesus After last week’s nutty Noah, a more grounded trial of transcendence, forgiveness, and redemption, in John Michael McDonagh’s Calvary. Here, Brendan Gleeson’s Father James is a good priest, a rural Babel’s own “personal Jesus” – “Someone to hear your prayer, someone to care.” But this priest has a thorny dilemma – […]

michael-corleone-shoots-mcclusky2

Scene Is Believing: The Godfather

  Arguably the most pivotal scene of The Godfather is when Michael (Al Pacino) takes the irrevocable step to cast aside his ideals in an attempt to save his family, by gunning down gangster Sollozo (Al Lettieri) and crooked police Captain McCloskey (Sterling Hayden). It is all the more surprising how powerful Pacino’s performance is […]

the godfather deleted scene michael shoots assassin

Unscene Is Believing: The Godfather

A popular image used to publicise The Godfather on its initial release features Michael Corleone (Al Pacino) in a scene, just one of several, that didn’t even make the final cut. Francis Ford Coppola’s initial cut of The Godfather ran to over four hours. Before shooting The Godfather Pt II he was tickled by the […]

noah

Review: Noah

Noah beast so fierce – Russell Crowe and family bunker down in the Ark Darren Aronofsky’s Noah is unlike any Biblical epic you’ve ever seen before. By turns dusty, dirty, hallucinogenic and downright daffy, it retains a compelling, hypnotic power that draws the viewer into the granddaddy of all dystopian disaster flicks. Iceland once again […]

the big red one 5

The Big Red One: The Fuller Picture

In Hollywood, personal films can often become bloated vanity projects. With Samuel Fuller’s semi-autobiographical WWII memoir, The Big Red One, there is nothing vain or glorious about the events portrayed therein. Fuller’s words at the beginning baldly state “This is fictional life, based on factual death.” The Big Red One tells the story of a […]

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