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  • All the Money in the World

    All the Money in the World


    After a few years of directing films that were visually stunning, but lacking decent scripts, All the Money in the World is a very good thriller and a great return to form for the director.
    The film is based on a true life event in which John Paul Getty III (Charlie Plummer) is kidnapped and held to ransom for $17 million. The drama is centred around the kidnapping, but the heart and soul of the film belongs to John Paul…

  • Jason Bourne

    Jason Bourne


    Jason Bourne was one of my most anticipated films of the year and I was hoping it would be the crown jewel in a summer of disappointments. For years now the director Paul Greengrass and star Matt Damon said they would only return to the franchise if they had a story worth telling. After a 9 year absence we've the next installment and I hoped this would be a worthy sequel that would take the series to new heights.

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  • X-Men: Days of Future Past

    X-Men: Days of Future Past


    Brian Singer has returned to the X-Men franchise and brought back with him the wit and charm of X-Men and X2. The brilliance of 'Days of Future Past' is that we're reintroduced to the classic X-Men series with Patrick Stewart and Ian McKellen returning to their much loved roles as Professor X and Magneto. Events in the future set of a chain of events which will lead to Wolverine's (Hugh Jackman) consciousness being sent back into his past self in…

  • The Wolf of Wall Street

    The Wolf of Wall Street


    The Wolf of Wall Street is a great return to form for Scorsese, over the course of the three hour run time we're completely immersed into the world of Wall Street finance, but due to the fantastic script by Terrence Winter it never drags, the central performance by Leonardo DiCaprio as Jordan Belfort is stunning; he goes from an eager hotshot to a man driven to the edge by his excessive lifestyle.
    Scorsese directs the film with a passion and…