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Morgan – Review

Having manufactured “Morgan” in a lab and witnessed her sudden tantrums, the scientists here are surprisingly un-self-aware. As Michelle Yeoh seriously intones: “For every decision we make, there are...
The Martian

The Martian – Review

As with Andy Weir’s novel, the reason that The Martian works so brilliantly as a film is that it’s a one-man show that’s much bigger than just one person. Matt Damon shines as the lovechild of Neil...

Fantastic Four – Review

Fantastic Four holds restraint, care and pride in the hands of its new-found origin story, but that seems to be all it cares about. As the story develops, real effort and exposition runs its course,...

Transcendence – Review

Which is worse: a bad film or a disappointing one? Transcendence manages to be both at the same time. Wally Pfister’s directorial debut is a fractured crazy pavement, cementing together thick slabs of...