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  • Eddie the Eagle

    Eddie the Eagle 2016

    ★★★★★ Added

    It’ll be hard to find many films as brilliant, deftly paced, tonally perfect and hysterical as Eddie The Eagle, which easily ousts Cool Runnings as the quintessential Olympics movie.
    Full review here: www.heyuguys.com/eddie-eagle-movie-review/

  • Fantastic Four

    Fantastic Four 2015

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    Fantastic Four has a great core cast who have nothing to grip onto, a script that doesn't give the audience any emotion or empathy, character, humour, drama or inventiveness in the world. The seriousness is destroyed by the inept dialogue and leaps in logic, and the sudden influx of humour at parts to not alienate the four quadrants is hammered in like a square peg in a triangular hole.

    Full review here: screenjabber.com/fantastic-four-2015-movie-review

  • Trainwreck

    Trainwreck 2015

    ★★★★★ Added

    Simple but intricate, smart but broad, big but human, funny but serious, Trainwreck is phenomenal. And will no doubt be overlooked at awards season due to the fact that it is a comedy. It is so much more, but so much comedy at the same time. Everything and one thing. Amazing.
    Full review here: screenjabber.com/trainwreck-movie-review

  • Joe Dirt 2: Beautiful Loser

    Joe Dirt 2: Beautiful Loser 2015

    ½ Added

    Unwatchable.

  • Entourage

    Entourage 2015

    ★★★★ Added

    Entourage is very much a great film for the fans, harkening back to the days when the show found itself at its height of power and quality, the drama is there but never overwhelming the fun times to be had, and the importance of the group being together, rather than finding their independent paths, is significantly more entertaining.
    Full review here: www.heyuguys.com/entourage-review/

  • Jurassic World

    Jurassic World 2015

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    Quality Not Guaranteed

  • While We're Young

    While We're Young 2015

    ★★★★★ Added

    This is Baumbach at his absolute best.

    Full review here: diymag.com/2015/04/02/while-were-young-film-review

  • The Voices

    The Voices 2015

    ★★★★ Added

    It’s hard to describe The Voices without giving away the masses of pleasures contained with every twist and turn, every change and shift. But to say it’s riveting, gorgeous-looking and full of great performances, especially from Reynolds who is at his Buried-level best in this, would be enough to say go find this film and indulge in every crevice.
    Full review here: reviews.boxofficebuz.com/review/the-voices-sundance-london-movie-review

  • The Gambler

    The Gambler 2014

    ★★★ Added

    The acting is very much the golden goose here, Mark Wahlberg hits a stride akin to his career best, whilst John Goodman and Michael Kenneth Williams supply energetic, scene-stealing performances of their own. It doesn’t always click, but the times it does make up for the beats that are a little awkwardly handled.
    Full review here: diymag.com/2015/01/20/the-gambler-film-review

  • Wild

    Wild 2014

    ★★★★★ Added

    This is one of those films that will be looked fondly on for many years to come, the kind of film that earns cinematic cementing by being brilliant on every conceivable level. The definition of a must-see movie.
    Full review here: reviews.boxofficebuz.com/review/wild-london-film-festival-review

  • Paddington

    Paddington 2014

    ★★★★★ Added

    Paddington is a sublime piece of work, a polite, kind, full-hearted comedy adventure starring an animated character who lives on the screen, and in our joyous, boundless imaginations. You couldn't ask for a better family experience this holiday.
    Full review here: reviews.boxofficebuz.com/review/paddington-movie-review

  • The Imitation Game

    The Imitation Game 2014

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    A fascinating individual worthy, certainly, of a great film to examine his life and outstanding achievements. The Weinsteins, writer Graham Moore and director Morten Tyldum do not see it that way, it turns out.
    Full review here: reviews.boxofficebuz.com/review/the-imitation-game-london-film-festival-review