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Film Review: John Wick

Film Review: John Wick

There’s something about a film that just is what it is and is a good example of what it is. John Wick is exactly that. A fun has hell action film, with a fairly ridiculous premise, that is ridiculously entertaining. You have to take John […]

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Nutshell Film Review: Big Hero 6

Nutshell Film Review: Big Hero 6

Big Hero 6’s heart is in the right place. It’s a sweet story with all the right boxes ticked for a Disney film. And it’s this box ticking that’s probably why I didn’t enjoy this as much as I could have. As a kids film, […]

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Film Review: Interstellar

Film Review: Interstellar

The wait to finally see Interstellar was painful. Painful. Absolutely wracked as to whether I should risk seeing it in the cinema over here in Bahrain, or just wait until it’s “accessible” for me. There’s no such thing as an IMAX cinema here, so there […]

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Film Review: Gone Girl

Film Review: Gone Girl

David Fincher’s Gone Girl was probably one of my most anticipated films of 2014. Even though I wasn’t a fan of the book. Sadly, I wasn’t able to see Gone Girl in 2014 for fear of seeing some mutated censored version of the film. After […]

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Locke-d in for this car ride

Locke-d in for this car ride

“It’s not even a film”, he proclaims. “Nothing happens!”, he exclaims. Those are the words I heard when I fell out of my slumber after originally falling into it midway through Locke. Feeling guilty that I made him sit through the film while I nodded […]

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10 for 30: Ghostbusters

10 for 30: Ghostbusters

Sitting there, watching Ghostbusters for the umpteenth time, I had to remind myself that this film was 30 years old. Sure the CG is a dated and in parts frankly, looks terrible But who cares, when you’ve got the likes of Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd, […]

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Chef: Feel Good Personified

Chef: Feel Good Personified

Sometimes you come across a film that is quite simple just what it is on the surface of it, and that’s perfectly okay. In fact, it’s all the better for it. Chef is one of those films. Chef tells the story of Carl Casper. Struggling […]

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Seeing life In Your Eyes

Seeing life In Your Eyes

You ever catch yourself wondering what life would be like if you were seeing it through someone else’s eyes? What if you were that person across the street? Yeah, I’ve daydreamed about that once or twice. Think of it as just a random curiosity. After […]

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