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» Favourite Films

Last week, I listed my all time favourite games. Now it is time for favourite films. Film is far more subjective than most mediums out there so my list will be different to yours. I could agree on best films made with people but for favourites, its knowing what you like and love no matter […]

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» Films Of The Year 2013.

As ever, 2013 was an eventful year for Film. Much like gaming, Film has seen some outstanding films emerge as well as some familiar faces. 2014 looks to continue on in the same vein bringing us great films. For now, here are the top 5 films of this year: 5. Place Beyond The Pines: Beginning […]

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» Only God Forgives Review

Ryan Gosling and Nicholas-Winding Refn team up again following the 2011 hit Drive. Only God Forgives is a very divisive film with many peering reviews while other critics have snarled at the film also. What is more is film viewers it seems are also split in their opinion of the film. Only God Forgives is […]

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» Gravity Film Review.

Sci-fi films and Space films have focused on stories that are larger than life. Star Wars on intergalactic battles to Alien that deals with aliens and those that need to survive. Gravity focuses on astronauts-not someone that is important or someone that has a bone to pick with an Alien race. This a film representative of that […]

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» Thor: The Dark World Review.

Marvel have kick-started some box office dominance now. With last years’ box office smash The Avengers and Iron Man 3 this year, the sequel to Thor looks to follow in the same vein in optimising blockbusting effects, visuals and sharp wit over depth and substance. It makes good viewing that much is for sure however […]

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» The Hunger Games Film Review.

Screened back in March in cinema’s, The Hunger Games hit retailers this week after a successful stint at the box office. Based on the popular book series and a trilogy already in the pipeline, their is no dampening the appeal of this film to any single individual film goer (that is if you are over 12). Likened to the […]

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» Infernal Affairs, Hard Boiled and Sleeping Dogs.

Infernal Affairs- arguably the best film to come out of Hong Kong on an international scale especially in Hollywood later being adapted into The Departed. Hard Boiled- John Woo directs with Chow Yun-Fat in you guessed it an action spectacle breaking the rules of the ridiculous action into what has been called “gun-fu” by Woo himslef. […]

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» The Dark Knight Rises Film Review.

Outside of this entry into the Batman trilogy directed by Christopher Nolan, superhero action-epics has seen a revival largely through Batman Begins and The Dark Knight. It gave a cinematic sense of brutality mixing potential gratuitous violence blended with socialist theory exploring evil, uprising and anarchy. Batman Begins was a solid start giving us Bruce Wayne’s beginnings and motivations which left […]

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» The Room-An Insight.

Some of you will cringe, some of you will laugh and some will think what on Earth?- Yes, “The Room.” 2003 and directed by Tommy Wiseau. This is a film that has a split personality. For you see for those of you not familiar with this film…it is awful in every conceivable way. The acting […]

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» Actors/Actresses That Deserve Oscars.

This is quite a subjective subject discussing should someone receive the titular award in acting. Some instances you have jam packed full of performances that should all win the same award yet only one can. What also of the foreign film markets? There are some stellar performances in films that ought to bag an Oscar (in the west anyway […]

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