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  • Film Review – Ghost In The Shell (2017)

    Film Review – Ghost In The Shell (2017)

    Hollywood and the history of remakes go way back. As other genres and formats, such as animation, began to enter the scene, things got even more intriguing. Remakes have been a part of the industry for a long time and have ranged in quality and critical success, from outstanding to downright terrible. In 2017, another…

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  • Film Review – Shazam! Fury Of The Gods (2023)

    Film Review – Shazam! Fury Of The Gods (2023)

    The DC Cinematic Universe has been living in the shadows of the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) for a very long time; it seems to be a never-ending catch-up. In 2019, Shazam! gave DCEU fans a glimmer of hope that there is light at the end of the tunnel. Now, four years later, Billy Batson is…

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  • Film Review: Magnificent Warriors (1987)

    Film Review: Magnificent Warriors (1987)

    It’s amazing what one film can do to for an actors exposure. Michelle Yeoh will be on the Oscars campaign trail with Everything Everywhere At Once. Unless you were already a fan, many people are now discovering what film’s she has been in. Eureka Entertainment’s Magnificent Warriors showcases one of those early incarnation and why…

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  • Film Review- Ant-Man And The Wasp: Quantumania (2023)

    Film Review- Ant-Man And The Wasp: Quantumania (2023)

    2014 I was told ‘How dare you criticise this!’ I asked ‘why?’ ‘It has Aaron Paul from Breaking Bad in it!’ . That film was the uninspiring Need For Speed and this friend believed it was criticising the cult series Paul also starred in. Same could be said about the Marvel Cinematic Universe which for…

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  • Film Review – Plane (2023)

    Film Review – Plane (2023)

    After the man who scored the greatest goal in World Cup history (Archie Gemmell), Paisley’s finsest Gerard Butler returns doing what he does best…saving people. ‘The Crash was only the beginning’, fasten your seatbelts, Plane takes to the cinematic skies and get ready to brace for impact. Directed by French director Jean–François Richet he’ll be…

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  • Film Review: Avatar – The Way Of Water (2022)

    Film Review: Avatar – The Way Of Water (2022)

    In 2009 James Cameron gave up filmmaking to create the most expensive video game ever to created Avatar. This was the man who gave us two of the best sequels to two of the greatest film franchises Alien and Terminator. For the last 13 years he’s been sharing cave with Gollum to bring us the…

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  • Film Review – Violent Night (2022)

    Film Review – Violent Night (2022)

    Cinephiles have been arguing for years if Die Hard is truly a Christmas film. Universal Pictures has released what might be called Die Hard in a Manger , Violent Night. This festive tale doesn’t have Bruce Willis but the big man himself Santa Claus. After endless bad Christmas films that are drowning in saccharine, Violent…

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  • Film Review – Black Panther: Wakanda Forever (2022)

    Film Review – Black Panther: Wakanda Forever (2022)

    2020 when Chadwick Boseman died at the young age of 43 to Colon Cancer. It took everyone by shock when he was finally at the top of his game, as T’Challa and of course Black Panther. Everyone knows life is cruel everything can change drastically, was the franchise ending when it just got started? Can…

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  • Film Review – Hunt(헌트, 2022)

    Film Review – Hunt(헌트, 2022)

    Over the years Korean cinema has shown it’s expertise in social and noir dramas. It also knows how to take thrillers to another level like in espionage thriller Hunt. The Hollywood machine might be more interested superhero films, the Koreans showcase their expertise in thrillers that are action packed and frenetic. The film marks directorial…

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  • Film Review – Black Adams (2022)

    Film Review – Black Adams (2022)

    Will DC ever get their ultimate comic book movie? One day they might, sadly it won’t be with Black Adam. Dwayne Johnson won’t be the ‘franchise Viagra’ that helped give a new life to the Fast & Furious franchise. This film delivers what we have seen many times, a half-baked dull superhero film. Lets get…

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