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Passengers – Review

Passengers opens with a genuinely cinematic sequence, free of dialogue and even human characters. We’re introduced to the Avalon – a hyper-futuristic spaceship which nevertheless still echoes 2001 with its...
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The Magnificent Seven – Review

A remake of The Magnificent Seven, which itself was a reimagining of Kurosawa’s Seven Samurai, should be destined for mediocrity. Yet the under-appreciated Antoine Fuqua repeats his success with reimagining...

Jurassic World – Review

From the moment Ty Simpkins throws open the hotel window shutters and we first see a sweeping aerial view of Jurassic World, with John Williams’ iconic score blaring out triumphantly, you know you’re in...

Guardians of the Galaxy – Review

Remember when you last looked up at the stars? Recall that sense of humbling wonderment combined with a mind-stirring curiosity at its potential? Guardians of the Galaxy fulfils your dreams and makes every...

Her – Review

Whether you view Her as a vision of dystopia or utopia rather depends on your relationship with technology. To Theodore (Phoenix) it is at once the reason and remedy for his loneliness. He is struggling to...