Film Review

PIXELS (2015)

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Laziness is how we get films like Pixels. The desperately sad lack of commitment on display here is astounding, as Adam Sandler and cohorts…

VIDEODROME (1983)

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David Cronenberg’s seminal 1983 body horror Videodrome begins with a shot of a TV screen and ends with its main character re-enacting what he’s…

FANTASTIC FOUR (2015)

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There’s no way to argue otherwise; the main reason a Fantastic Four reboot’s been made is so the rights can stay with 20th Century Fox. The situation…

IT FOLLOWS (2014)

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It Follows opens with a shot of a quiet, average suburban street, with the seeming calm of the camera’s slow pan across the neighbourhood interrupted…

SOUTHPAW (2015)

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There’s a theory espoused by former Grantland editor Bill Simmons that sometimes people are just ready for certain movies; that the success of some…

WATERWORLD (1995)

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Waterworld still evokes feelings of cinematic misfortune, two decades after the post-apocalyptic action film’s summer release, but time’s been kind to this 1995 ‘flopbuster’. Indeed, despite…

INSIDE OUT (2015)

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It’s hard to imagine there’ll be a film this year as inventive and audacious as Pixar’s newest offering Inside Out. That might seem like…

CLUELESS (1995)

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If you were a teenager in the 1990s, there’s a big possibility you still use lines from Clueless in your everyday life. Between “As…

ANT-MAN (2015)

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Ant-Man, the newest film in Marvel’s Cinematic Universe (MCU) is a little rougher around the edges than some of the studio’s recent offerings, but…