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Craig

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2 Guns Review

Denzel Washington and Mark Wahlberg team up in this action comedy from Contraband director Baltasar Kormákur. Does it hit the target or is it a complete misfire?

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  • 13th August 2014
  • Craig
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Pacific Rim Review

Guillermo Del Toro finally resumes directing duties after a long hiatus spent not directing The Hobbit. Does Pacific Rim keep afloat or sink like a 2500 ton broken down mech?

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  • 29th July 2014
  • Craig
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The Wolverine Review

2013’s Superhero Summer closes out with James Mangold’s The Wolverine, does this introspective story soothe the savage beast or is it a punch in the gut…with adamantium claws?

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  • 30th June 2014
  • Craig
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Maleficent Review

Angelina Jolie brings the iconic Disney villain to life in Maleficent, is this a magical outing or should it be condemned to an eternal slumber?

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  • 11th June 2014
  • Craig
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Tarzan Review

Tarzan returns in this German made, English speaking reboot. Is this king of the jungle or an outcast from the Shrewdness?

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  • 6th May 2014
  • Craig
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Transcendence Review

Wally Pfister steps up as first time director with Transcendence but does this film mark the next step in evolution or is it a fast track back to the Stone Age?

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  • 5th May 2014
  • Craig
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Divergent Review

Divergent is presumably the first film in a trilogy based on a trilogy of Young Adult novels in the Twilight-Hunger Games-Harry Potter mould. Does this film stand out from the crowd or blandly blend in?

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  • 6th April 2014
  • Craig
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Veronica Mars Review

In Veronica Mars Kristen Bell returns as the titular character after a 7 year absence. Is this mystery worth solving or should it remain buried in the case files?

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  • 20th March 2014
  • Craig
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The Monuments Men Review

In The Monuments Men, George Clooney leads an elite team in a quest to save the most prized art in Europe, is this a masterpiece or was the script scribbled in crayon?

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  • 22nd February 2014
  • Craig
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I, Frankenstein Review

I, Frankenstein sees Aaron Eckhart play one of literature and film’s most famous monsters. Does this outing bring new life or should it have been left dead and buried?

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  • 5th February 2014
  • Craig