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Why Him? – Review

It's the season for families to gather together. In Why Him? it's finally time for proud father Ned Fleming to meet his daughter's new boyfriend. Following a well-trodden comedy formula, he's not the...
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Trumbo – Review

Trumbo, despite its blacklist subject matter, keeps things light and irreverent with a wry screenplay, emphasising the absurdity of America’s Communist paranoia post-World War Two. Bryan Cranston has a...

Godzilla – Review

Look, all the world wanted was a good kaiju epic. What they got was a smorgasbord of exposition (thanks Ken Watanabe!) masquerading as slow-burn buildup, culminating in five screen minutes of lame and generic...