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Miles Ahead – magnificent mooch through the wilderness years

Written by Peter Bradshaw courtesy of www.theguardian.com 21.04.16   There comes a time in the life of any creative artist, or maybe any ambitious careerist, when a wave of middle-aged tiredness brings an awful dilemma. Do you stop and give yourself a much-needed rest after which you will return stronger […]

Film Review: 3 ½ Minutes, 10 Bullets (3 ½ Minutes Can Last a Lifetime!)

Written by Orville “Kunga” Dread 04.10.15     “Trayvon’s father text me a couple days after it happened,” he said… “I just want to welcome you to a club that none of us want to be in.” – Ron Davis father of Jordan Davis (February 19, 1995- November 23, 2012) On Friday […]

Film Review: Dope

Written by Jeff Bannis 02.09.15     What can one say about DOPE? Firstly, that it’s a far more intelligent comedy than the usual Hollywood effort.  It also has a cast list packed with young talent that will entertain and charm the most hard-bitten of cinema-goers.  On top of that, […]

Film Review: Straight Outta Compton

Written by Jeff Bannis 26.08.15   I’ve got to start by saying that Straight Outta Compton is the best rap film I’ve ever seen. Nothing that has gone before comes as close to capturing the stirring attack on body and brain that rap can deliver. That simple fact explains why […]

Film Review: Brahmin Bulls

Written by Jeff Bannis 21.08.15     Whoever thought up the title, Brahmin Bulls, has some explaining to do. What exactly does it refer to? Is it a reference to the rampant masculinity of the two leading men? Is it anything to do with Hinduism and sacred cows? Or a […]

Film Review: Kajaki

Written by Graeme Wood 01.06.15     “It’s not about politics, not about what went wrong. It’s about heroism. Hollywood films seem to glorify everything they do, it’s great to watch but it’s hard as a soldier to look at the realisms. I can’t see how this film could have […]

Film Review: Spy

Written by Christine Eccelston-Craig 07.06.15 Desk- bound CIA analyst Susan Cooper, (Melissa McCarthy) has been playing the role of an ear-worm for Bond-like CIA agent Bradley Fine (Jude Law). But with the other agents, including the entire CIA Corporation under threat from a mysterious terrorist organisation, Cooper volunteers to go […]

Film Review: Mad Max Fury Road

Written by: Graeme Wood 19.05.15 You might think that you know all there is to know about cars and trucks but wait till you experience this film! The real stars of “Mad Max-Fury Road” are the array of soup’d up, pimped up metal monstrosities that tear across the desert landscape […]

Coming Soon: Movie Preview May-June 2015

Written by Graeme Wood 01.05.15   As we head towards summer it’s that time of the year when distributors start the build up to what has traditionally become blockbuster season, full of often overblown special effects and family friendly releases. So let’s take a look ahead to some of these […]

Film Review: Avengers Age Of Ultron

Written by Graeme Wood 03.05.15   Joss Whedon set the bar of expectation high with the first Avengers film in 2012 and the sequel employs a similar palette with a satisfying if mixed results. Presented with a number of seemingly impossible boxes to tick, from pleasing fans, children and adults, […]

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