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‘The Big Sick’ DVD Review: An Awkward and Adorable True Story

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The Big Sick tells an amazingly awkward and adorable true love story between star and co-writer Kumail Nanjiani (“Silicon Valley,” “Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates”) and his wife, Emily V. Gordon (played in the movie by Zoe Kazan). Kumail, a Pakistan-born aspiring comedian, first meets Emily after one of his stand-up routines – and […]

‘Edge of Tomorrow’ Review: A Movie You Won’t Mind Seeing Again… And Again

‘The Conjuring 2’ Review: A Haunting, Supernatural Thriller

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Director James Wan brings another real case from the files of renowned demonologists, Lorraine and Ed Warren, to the big screen in what is 2016’s most chilling supernatural thriller to date. Returning to their roles, Vera Farmiga and Patrick Wilson star as Lorraine and Ed in The Conjuring 2, and they’re headed to north London […]

‘Fifty Shades of Grey’ Review: Fan Fiction With No Chemistry

‘Alice Through the Looking Glass’ Review: Visually Stunning – But Long

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This time around, Alice Through the Looking Glass is handled by Muppets Most Wanted director James Bobin (the first film being directed by Tim Burton). The film is equally as stunning as Burton’s production, and even adds a few new sets to the mix that truly pay homage to Lewis Carroll’s enduring creation. Alice (Mia […]

Disney Reveals First ‘Alice Through The Looking Glass’ Posters

‘The Huntsman: Winter’s War’ Review: A Live-Action, Not As Good ‘Frozen’

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As sequels go, The Huntsman: Winter’s War is a strange beast. Its 2012 predecessor, Snow White and the Huntsman was successful, more than doubling its production budget at the box-office. However, neither the director of the first film, Rupert Sanders, nor its female lead Kristen Stewart have returned for the follow-up. Now its other star […]

‘Gravity’ Blu-ray Review: Things Are Intense In Space

‘The Jungle Book’ Review: Beautiful, Dark And Nolgastic

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Like any cinematic trend, remaking animated Disney classics into live action films will pass. However, not for a while. We’re currently in full flow of the new film fad, and Jon Favreau’s Jungle Book makes an excellent case for continuing down this road. We follow man cub Mowgli (Neel Sethi) who is brought up by […]

‘Selma’ Review: A Solid Look Back at the Past and Into the Present

‘Batman v Superman’ Review: Dark, Overwhelming, and Meh

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No one should ever doubt the ambition of Zack Snyder; after all, this is the man who brought Alan Moore’s supposedly unfilmable Watchmen graphic novel to the silver screen. Now, after returning Superman to cinemas with Man of Steel, he is intent on throwing Batman into the equation in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, […]

‘Guardians of the Galaxy’ Review: A Stellar Good Time