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  • Film Review – Dungeons & Dragons: Honour Among Thieves (2023)

    Film Review – Dungeons & Dragons: Honour Among Thieves (2023)

    Escapism is a cinematic pleasure that very few films can claim to have delivered. Possibly the most recent film, Top Gun Maverick, was universally loved for its escapism. Many will try and fail, but Dungeons & Dragons: Honour Among Thieves, pardon the phrase, has honour in trying. Some of you might be wondering why, after…

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  • Film Review: The Fabelmans (2022)

    Film Review: The Fabelmans (2022)

    Cinema is the one true place we all love to go to escape. Immerse ourselves with the world that’s on the screen, a world we think we belong to. Steven Spielberg’s The Fabelmans will transport us into that world, with a love letter to film. Or is it to his own parents? Both. This is…

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  • Film Review – The Woman King (2022)

    Film Review – The Woman King (2022)

    Fans of Black Panther have you ever wondered whom those bald headed Dora Milaje female warriors that defended Wakanda inspired by? All is revealed in Gina Prince-Bythewood’s The Woman King, The Dahomey Amazons better known as Agojie. Africa is a nation not known for it’s action packed stories in Hollywood especially ones with true historical…

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  • Film Review – Arrival (2016)

    Film Review – Arrival (2016)

    Communication is the greatest gift anyone can have, from body language to actually talking to one and other. Sadly these days society uses this gift to abuse or use them for ulterior motives. In Denis Villeneuve‘s Arrival the relationship of humanity is put to the test thanks to emergence of the mysterious aliens. In 2020…

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  • Film Review – Sorry We Missed You (2019)

    Film Review – Sorry We Missed You (2019)

    Here in the UK, we seem to live in a society that rewards the wealthy getting richer. They also reward for ‘punishing’ those just simply trying to exist. It doesn’t help much that the nation’s press are predominantly right wing. Who take great pleasures at demonising the unemployed, the lowly paid, to them they are…

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  • DVD Review – Season Of The Witch (2011)

    DVD Review – Season Of The Witch (2011)

    There was a time when a Nicholas Cage movie was exciting prospect: From Raising Arizona, Con Air, Wild At Heart to name a Few. Nowadays one of his movies is certainly an intriguing affair to see how low can he go to destroy any faith humanity, sanity had in him wash drown the drain. 2010…

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