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Sin City 2: A Dame to Kill For – Review

Sin City 2: A Dame to Kill For – Review

Directors: Frank Miller, Robert Rodriguez - Starring: Josh Brolin, Eva Green, Rosario Dawson, Mickey Rourke, Jessica Alba, Bruce Willis, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Powers Boothe, Christopher Meloni, Jeremy Piven, Dennis Haysbert, Marton Csokas, Stacy Keach, Ray Liotta, Juno Temple, Julia Garner, Jude Ciccolella, Christopher Lloyd, Jaime King, Jamie Chun... Read On

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Trance – Review

Trance – Review

Director: Danny Boyle - Starring: James McAvoy, Rosario Dawson, Vincent Cassel, Danny Sapani, Matt Cross, Wahab Sheikh, Tuppence Middleton... Read On

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Unstoppable

Unstoppable – Review

In small-town Pennsylvania, the railroad is shedding its older staff and the likes of old-time engineer Frank (Denzel Washington) regard rookie conductor Will (Chris Pine) with suspicion. The fact... Read On

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Seven Pounds

Seven Pounds – Review

This is one of those films that's impossible to review without giving away the twist - or lying. So I'm going to lie - but only the same lies the film-makers use to mislead you for the bulk of ... Read On

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Eagle Eye

Eagle Eye – Review

Jerry (LaBeouf) is a bit of a waster. He’s the black sheep of the family, having quit Stanford and moved out of town to work in a copy shop. The shining light of the family is Jerry’s identical twin... Read On

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Death Proof

Death Proof – Review

Stunt Man Mike’s (Russell) name doesn’t quite go all the way to describing what he does. Murderous Stalker Mike might be a more accurate moniker for this ruthless stunt-driver who picks up women in ... Read On

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A Guide To Recognizing Your Saints

A Guide To Recognizing Your Saints – Review

We're in the tough neighbourhood of Astoria in 1986 Queens, New York, as teenaged Dito (Labeouf) is struggling with his father (Palminteri), his trouble-making friends (including Scottish actor Com... Read On

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Clerks II

Clerks II – Review

Twelve years after convenience store slackers Dante (O’Halloran) and Randal (Anderson) launched Kevin Smith’s career in Clerks, they’re back – only this time, they’re not working at the convenience ... Read On

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Sin City

Sin City – Review

One of Hollywood’s most celebrated multi-hyphenates, Robert Rodriguez, brings some of Frank Miller’s “Sin City” graphic novels to the big screen. After a brief liaison with Harnett’s gun-for-hire... Read On

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Alexander – Review

Egged on by an ambitious mother (Jolie) young Alexander (Farrell) succeeds his estranged father Philip (Kilmer) as King of the Greeks and Macedonians. Alexander leads his armies on an eight year cam... Read On

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