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Hobbs and Shaw – Review

The first Fast and Furious franchise spinoff does exactly what it says on the tin: two fan-favourite characters team up to fight a cybernetically enhanced super-soldier intent on speeding human evolution by...
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The Meg – Review

Through the annals of time there have been tales of man pitting himself against monster, with fictional clashes of monolithic proportions rife throughout history. Hercules against the Hydra and David versus...
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Fast and Furious 8 – Review

The first in years not to star the late Paul Walker, Fast and Furious 8 continues the franchise’s trend of one-upping itself when it comes to implausible vehicular action – along with some pretty solid...

Spy – Review

Despite overusing genre tropes, Spy is an enjoyable romp for those that are after a good bit of stupidity and solid laughs. Melissa McCarthy’s characterisation is concise and well-executed, and she is...

Wild Card – Review

Con Air's director, The Princess Bride's writer, and Jason Statham's everything - Wild Card may have decent odds, but it's a long 40 minutes until the Stath even finds his fists. It all feels like a...

The Expendables 3 – Review

Much of the dialogue is incomprehensible, the young blood is bland (though ninety seconds of screentime apiece doesn't help), and the acting comes down to a game of smirk or grimace - but The Expendables 3 is...