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Category: Reviews

MEA MAXIMA CULPA: SILENCE IN THE HOUSE OF GOD: REVIEW

A heart warming romantic comedy about a sexually abusive priest and his young deaf victims. Chortle as Father Lawrence Murphy molests...

COUNTDOWN BEGINS TO 2014 OSCARS

HOLLYWOOD – The day is almost here and it’s time to preview the rapidly approaching 86th edition of the Oscar...

PAIN & GAIN: PREVIEW

The new Michael Bay movie Pain & Gain looks set to be the best movie ever made. Michael Bay is well known for his tightly crafted...

FLIGHT: REVIEW

Denzel is drunk and high. Denzel is drunk, high and really high. Denzel is drunk, high but getting lower. Denzel is drunk, high and upside...

THE SILVER LININGS PLAYBOOK: REVIEW

THE SILVER LININGS PLAYBOOK: REVIEW

THE SILVER LININGS PLAYBOOK: REVIEW – Face from the A Team is more like Mad Murdoch when his wife leaves him and after a brief stint...

REVIEW: MOVIE 43

This isn’t a movie. It’s a war crime. Few motion pictures compel you to give yourself a DIY lobotomy whilst you are watching...

SPIKE LEE HOSTS NEW REVIEW SHOW

Spike Lee is going to take a break from directing films to host his own review show for Fox called: I Already Know it’s Bullshit. The...

LINCOLN:REVIEW

From the off it’s historically inaccurate. Lincoln doesn’t kill any vampires nor does he travel into the future with Bill &...

THE COMPANY YOU KEEP: REVIEW

Are you wearing a mask? Bobby Sundance Redford’s radical past threatens to overtake him when the nun from Dead Man Walking gets arrested...

Les Misérables: REVIEW

It takes a minute before you realise they are going to be singing the whole way through and you consider faking a heart attack so...

AMOUR: REVIEW

AMOUR – REVIEW: Hilarious knock about comedy from guffaw bucket Michael Haneke, suitable for all the family. Jean Louis Trigonometry...

CLOUD ATLAS: REVIEW

Forrest Gump and Cat Woman are chased through genres from the Nineteenth Century through to the distant future by Elrond and bumbling...

EVIL DEAD: TRAILER REVIEW

HOLLYWOOD – Sam Raimi’s Evil Dead was a shocking film of gore and black, black comedy. When we at Studio Exec...

DJANGO UNCHAINED: REVIEW

Spike Lee’s baby cries of historical inaccuracy have a point. Ray Charles can miraculously see again? Instead of playing Georgia on my...