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  • The Last Duel

    The Last Duel


    At 83 director Ridley Scott clearly still has the talent to construct an entertaining film. When it comes to historical epics Scott has a great pedigree with films like Gladiator and the directors cut of Kingdom of Heaven. While The Last Duel is not quite on their level, it still has plenty of the thrills of the genre and offers a womans perspective that most of these films rarely offer.

    Jodie Comer delivers a mesmerizing performance as Marguerite de Carrouges…

  • The Green Knight

    The Green Knight


    The Green Knight is the type of film that is meant to be seen on the big screen. The film is visually spectacular and loaded with symbolism that will take a few more viewings for me to fully interpret. Dev Patel is fantastic as Gawain and is ably supported by an equally great supporting cast, of which Sarita Choudhury, Sean Harris and Alice Vikander giving the most memorable turns.

    This film reminded me of Martin Scorsese's The Last Temptation of…

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  • The Vikings

    The Vikings


    The Vikings directed by Richard Fleisher is a solid old fashioned epic, that has some great action sequences plus amazing cinematography by Jack Cardiff. Just looking at the cast of Ernest Borgnine, Tony Curtis, Kirk Douglas and Janet Leigh all of whom are Hollywood legends, it's not surprising that the film well acted.

    Borgnine and Douglas are having a blast playing the Viking father and son dou and invigorate every scene they are in. Curtis's has the problem of playing…

  • My Dear Killer

    My Dear Killer


    My Dear Killer is a enjoyable giallo, even though it can't quite reach the heights of it's more reputable brethren. Nevertheless it has the great George Hilton in the lead role as the police inspector and the Legendary Ennio Morricone composing the score, in a similar mold to his work on The Bird with the Crystal Plumage. The film starts of strong with a fabulous murder sequence involving an excavator. From there it has trouble maintaining that momentum, mainly because…

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  • The Dead Zone

    The Dead Zone


    Well acted film, which drifts between the horror and thriller genres seamlessly. Martin Sheen is great as the slimy and ambitious politician dreaming of a run for the presidency. Christopher Walken is heartbreaking as the main character who is cursed with precognitive visions. He loses everything due to these visions, even the love of his life, but still strives to make the lives of those around him better.

  • The Good, The Bad, The Weird

    The Good, The Bad, The Weird


    Kim Jee-woon directs an excellent western, which is an extremely fun ride from start to finish. The numerous action set pieces all done with minimal CGI are just amazing with the opening train sequence probably being a highlight. The film is also quite funny, with Song Kang-ho as Ta-goo "The Weird" having many great comedic moments. His fight scenes remind me of Jackie Chans creative fight choreography, with a perfect mix of action and comedy. He is probably the most…