Category Archives: Film

LIFE OF PI [REVIEW]

Life of Pi brings a whole new meaning to the nautical term “there’s no room to swing a cat,” with the bulk of the film being centred around the 227 days protagonist Pi (Suraj Sharma) spends trapped on a boat … Continue reading

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THE HOBBIT: GANDALF EX MACHINA

Full disclosure, I am not a massive Tolkien fan. I tried to read Lord of the Rings and put it down after several chapters due to excessive boredom. I have seen the trilogy of films and really enjoyed them but never … Continue reading

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CELESTE AND JESSE FOREVER [REVIEW]

Marriage can be hard and getting married young and trying to maintain the same ideals as you grow as people is understandably a tough thing. Young love can’t maintain a lifetime of responsibilities, but at the same time it is … Continue reading

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THE HOBBIT: AN UNEXPECTED JOURNEY INTO THE SILMARILLION [REVIEW]

Bilbo Baggins (Martin Freeman) just wants to be left alone to blow smoke rings and eat a healthy six meals a day. What he doesn’t want is a flood of dwarves raiding his larder and a wizard telling him to … Continue reading

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WRECK-IT RALPH [PREVIEW]

The Walt Disney crew have been up and down the animation ladder for a few years now (the underrated Princess and the Frog, the ‘only ok’ Tangled and the ‘did anyone even bother?’ Winnie the Pooh) and their latest outing … Continue reading

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FRANKENWEENIE [PREVIEW]

Tim Burton returns to the short film he made in 1984, with feature length claymation fable, Frankenweenie. It’s family friendly Frankenstein, as a science genius boy resurrects his dog after it gets tragically killed. There is the fight between science … Continue reading

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KILLING THEM SOFTLY [REVIEW]

If you want to see good things happening to Ray Liotta, then this is not the film for you. However, if you want to see an offbeat dark comedy looking at American politics, economics and bureaucracy framed in the context … Continue reading

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