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  • Charade



    Add this film to the must see list of films you need to see from the last century. I had previously never heard of this Audrey Hepburn and Cary Grant thriller but found it randomly on Amazon Prime and loved every minute of it.

    This film is light, fun, exciting and romantic, yet dark, cunning, intelligent and has more twists than a Hitchcock and Shyamalan movie combined. One of the more intelligent movies I have seen in a long time.…

  • The Meg

    The Meg


    The trailer promised us crazy massive shark action with the Statham. Did it deliver? In the most part... Yes.

    The final two thirds of the film gave us fun giant shark action. We had up close attacks with the Megladon and we saw Statham take a cheesy script and ridiculous action and embrace it and take us with him. That's exactly what the trailer promised and in the most part we got it.

    However, a couple of things. The first…

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  • In Bruges

    In Bruges


    I watched this when it first came out and I did not know how to respond. I knew I had seen something new and fresh but I didn't know how I felt about it. Since then I have often gone quiet when this has been brought up in general conversation, never being sure what to say.

    This evening I went to movie mystery Monday at my local cinema. Pay three quid and you could see anything. You don't know what…

  • Ant-Man and the Wasp

    Ant-Man and the Wasp


    Marvel recently did global scale destruction really well. How on earth do you follow that up? By giving us a family centred movie away from the grandness of global destruction and more centred on the closeness and importance of family. And it was great to see. Marvel proving they can do the huge but can also stay grounded with real people.

    It delivers what you would expect and there are very few surprises here. Rudd is likeable and funny. The…