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Spotlight

Spotlight

Spotlight is an American  film about The Pulitzer Prize-winning  Boston Globe’s “Spotlight” team, the oldest continuously operating newspaper investigative unit in the United States, and their coverage of the Massachusetts Catholic sex abuse scandal that rocked the city and caused a crisis in one of the world’s oldest and most …

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Room

Room

Elisabeth Fritzl was imprisoned in 1984 by her father Josef in the movie Room. She didn’t escape until 2008. In the intervening years, Josef repeatedly raped her, and she gave birth to seven of his children; four of them remained incarcerated with Elisabeth, while the other three were adopted by …

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Black Mass Review

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Black Mass is based on the book by Dick Lehr and Gerard O’Neill. It tells the story of  Bulger’s rise from South Boston thug to crime lord. A move he completed with the help of the FBI in the late 1970s. When the movie opens, Bulger is a small-time crime …

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Pawn Sacrifice

Pawn Sacrifice

Pawn Sacrifice is the story of American chess legend Bobby Fischer (Tobey Maguire), a poor kid with personal problems who overcomes setback after setback in order to win the big game. It takes us from Fischer’s days as a child, living with his mother and sister in Brooklyn with government …

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Z For Zachariah

Z For Zachariah

It’s the end of the world and just three people left alive. Z for Zachariah has been adapted from a 1974 sci-fi thriller by children’s-book writer Robert C. O’Brien. It is a post-apocalyptic melodrama starring Margot Robbie as Ann, a preacher’s daughter left alone when her family headed out to seek …

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The Dressmaker

The dressmaker

Tilly Dunnage (Kate Winslet) is eye candy for the men of Dungatar and a monster for the older folks.  So when a woman who was accused of killing a classmate returns to her hometown after her so called exile, she is determined to find out what really happened, and in the …

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Bloodsucking Bastards

BloodSucking Bastards

Bloodsucking Bastards is a horror comedy about… Guess guess… Yep more vampires. But this movie takes the vampire infestation to a corporate level with loads of (clearly) fake blood flying around. The movie offers just enough B-movie pleasure to keep genre fans busy for a weekend or two before heading …

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Kill Your Friends

Kill Your Friends

Kill Your Friends starts with a monologue by its protagonist. Steven Stelfox (Hoult), who is a misanthropic A&R executive, ruthless, ambitious and full of hatred. As the title suggests, he indulges in a spot of murder along the way although his victims could hardly be described as friends. Kill Your Friends does …

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We Are Your Friends

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We Are Your Friends is a nicer version of Bad Neighbours and equally ridiculous EDM fantasy. The whole story revolves around Cole Carter (Zac Efron) and his bros. They’re a diverse bunch with the quiet one (Alex Shaffer), the rage-fueled one (Jonny Weston), and the one who never stops hustling (Shiloh …

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Southpaw

Southpaw movie review

Southpaw maybe a melodrama and has all the boxing movie cliches but it will keep you hooked up due to the amazing performances and great music. The powerful boxing scenes where you can actually smell the blood of the boxers and vividly shot scenes from Madison Square Garden to Vegas make …

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