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The Italian Job 2003 Review: Based on the 1969 film with Michael Caine and Noel Coward

“The Italian Job” is a remake of the 1969 film with Michael Caine and Noel Coward. “The Thomas Crown Affair” was originally made in 1968…

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The One Review: Jet Li’s film is packing a lot of action

Almost never a good thing when someone says, “You got a pretty mouth”. Be it either in film or real life. If you hear those…

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Abigail Review: The greatest detriment to this film was the dialogue and line delivery

Abigail lives in a city whose borders were closed because of an epidemic and Abby’s father was one of the sick. Going against the authorities…

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Shark Night 3D Review: How much was pay for this script?

You know what sucks acolytes? When your beloved savior The Black Saint decides to take a vacation for 10 days in a week where three…

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Howl 2015 Review: This isn’t a bad film

Ultimately, Howl has to be considered a disappointment. Howl is the second film directed by Paul Hyett. Starring: Ed Speelers, Duncan Preston, Sean Pertwee. Who made…

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Vampire Cleanup Department Review: The action and comedy work well together

After a decade filled with the undead and glowing, girly vampires, it’s time for some classic horror. And we’re not talking lycans and mutated monsters….

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Overdrive Review: Scott Eastwood plays as a professional car thief

Scott Eastwood continues to follow in father Clint’s footsteps but this forgettable actioner shows he’s not there yet. Scott Eastwood is clearly being primed for the…

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Chronicles of the Ghostly Tribe Review: A mixed bag that has an interesting story with twists

The battle for Earth comes ahead again against a deadly alien threat in this adaptation of the Tian Xia Ba Chang novel series. In 1979,…

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A Man Called Hero 1999 Review: A Hong Kong Martial Art Movie From The Storm Riders Director

After ‘The Storm Riders’ proved to be such a huge success at the Hong Kong box office. Director Andrew Lau decided to utilise another comic book…

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CZ12 2012 Review: This film could be better, so much better

Recommended solely for those who enjoy Chan’s unique brand of humour-laden action with light doses of preachiness and drama, this one could be better, so…

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