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  • Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan
  • Barry Lyndon
  • Planet of the Apes
  • The Irishman

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  • Moonage Daydream

    Moonage Daydream

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    David Bowie was and still is one of the greatest artists in history and for all the wannabes in the industry today, no true hier has or ever will even come close to his genius. A man who experimented with gender, sexuality, life and death through many different mediums of both visual and auditory art that will live on for ages after the man himself is long forgotten. I would still like to see a definitive Bowie biopic some day…

  • Don't Worry Darling

    Don't Worry Darling

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    I really wanted to like this, at times I actually did, but every time this threatened to live up to it's premise, it would falter and competently ruin any good will it had previously built up. Admittedly, there's some amazing scenes and elements in this as well as a potentially interesting concept but the execution is way too ham-fisted, over the top and overly ambitious with a twist that literally comes out of nowhere. Harry Styles is also awful in…

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  • No Time to Die

    No Time to Die

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    First of all I must admit that despite the many pushbacks and build up this film had, I was made a little apprehensive after I re watched SPECTRE yesterday and had many big problems with it. However I was plesently releaved when this film not only fixed all of the issues i had with SPECTRE, but also took its plot elements and made something truly cathartic with this film. Firstly, Blofeld is fixed as well as the use of the…

  • Get Carter

    Get Carter

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    Unlike many films of it's day and now, Get Carter does not seek to glamorous gangsters but instead aims to create a very visceral and real depiction of some violent and dangerous men. Set against the backdrop of the decline of British industry in the North, Mike Hodges let's the film and the characters speak for themselves and places the audience in a very grim environment as Michael Caine's borderline psychopathic Jack Carter sets out to get revenge on those…