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2013: A Space Odyssey; Gravity 5/5

It’s 12 a.m. and you’re on the hood of your car, looking up at the biggest most beautiful screen of all; the sparkling clear night sky. Your thoughts expand and you lose yourself to the ...

Prisoners is the Dragon Tattoo of 2013: 5/5

You and your wife are cleaning up after a dinner with the neighbours after which you take a stroll downstairs to check on the kids. You come across the teenagers but you can’t find your ...

Machete returns for the big fat Kill: 4/5

Mexican visionary Robert Rodriguez (Sin City, Desperado) has a knack for making a night at the movies a lot more entertaining than usual. There’s nothing like sitting back with a bag of butter-drenched popcorn and ...

The Wolverine Digs Its Claws Deep: 4/5

In the year 2009, us lovers of cinema were granted several fascinating works of art: Watchmen, Inglorious Bastards, Avatar and Star Trek. Among these spectacular films, there was one disaster. X-Men Origins: Wolverine.

Only God Forgives: A misunderstood masterpiece 5/5

The most impressive movie of the year is also the most controversial, divisive and unjustly panned. Danish director Nicholas Winding Refn floats back into our lives after leaving the bittersweet taste of 2011’s best film, ...

Pacific Rim Astonishes & Wins our hearts: 5/5

Transformers? Huh? What’s that? After viewing such a spectacle, those were the exact words I had flowing through my pulsing and overdriven brain of excitement and pure satisfaction. Mexican visionary Guillermo del Toro (Pan’s Labyrinth, ...

Superman Flies and Crashes: 3/5

Out of the hundreds of movies Hollywood is releasing this year, there was one that outshined the others with anticipation and guarantee. It was called Man of Steel, Superman’s frustrating and unfortunate return to the ...

An Internship Not Worth Taking: 2/5

They have appeared in movies together before… but they were never this bad. Owen Wilson and Vince Vaughn return side by side in this year’s latest comedy, The Internship, directed by mediocre director Shawn Levy ...

Phillips Tries Something New In The Hangover Part III: 3.5/5

After a memorable original and a very forgettable sequel, director Todd Phillips decided to go back to the drawing board, coming up with something different and exciting for his conclusion to The Hangover legend.

Star Trek Seeps Into Darkness & Brings It Home: 4/5

After the boring and tasteless collapse of the Next Generation films in the Star Trek franchise, fans were unable to come to terms in facing the fact that their primary trilogy had gotten old. It ...

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