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  • Blade Runner 2049

    Blade Runner 2049


    Denis Villaneuve has done the Impossible! Blade Runner 2049 is a Spectacular Visual Masterpiece, A Breathtaking Sci-fi Movie experience. Truly beautiful filmmaking on all levels that keeps the sprit of the original. The art of storytelling through visual and film.

    Not just the best movies of 2017, but also one of the best of recent times. Like the original, it's a slow-burn, neo-noir detective mystery, The deliberate pacing and a near 3 hour run time can be a challenge for…

  • Hacksaw Ridge

    Hacksaw Ridge


    Hacksaw Ridge is a fun entertaining predicable movie, full of cheese and cliché. Its well paced and keeps the attention throughout.

    The corny romance is dreadful, clearly these two have no on screen chemistry, things just move to fast. its like something out of The Notebook, its cringe. I really enjoyed the training camp scenes, The wars scenes were gruesome, lot of John Rambo to it, in one scene a solider uses a corpse as a shield and takes loads…

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  • Snowpiercer



    Directed by the Joon-ho Bong

    Ambitious, original, wacky, fun, fast, action packed and violent. This film like the train is one hell of a ride! Action Sci-Fi how it should be made

    Tilda Swinton is brilliant

    Soundtrack is excellent. Visuals are good considering the budget. The best thing about 'Snowpiercer' is that it gets you thinking after the movie. Go and watch it

  • Whiplash



    WOW Holy F*** What a Film, An riveting, exhilarating rollercoaster ride. Telling the story of the ambitious 19 year old Andrew Neyman (Miles Teller), who's goal is to be the greatest Jazz drummer of all time and is relationship with is monstrously abusive teacher Terrence Fletcher (J.K. Simmons). The performances done with such gripping tension with blood, sweat and tears. Teller and Simmons both deliver unbelievably outstanding performance's, J.K. Simmons plays one evil, crazy lunatic bully, Terrence Fletcher, surely one…