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  • Power Rangers

    Power Rangers


    The original 'Mighty Morphin Power Rangers' series was a massive part of my childhood, I watched the show, I had the action figures and I fondly remember receiving the 1995 movie as a present one Christmas, which I watched over and over. So I was generally excited about seeing an updated rebooted version of these characters and interested to see what tone the film would go for.

    Kicking things off with a surprising and misplaced joke about giving a handjob…

  • Underworld: Blood Wars

    Underworld: Blood Wars


    The 'Underworld' franchise kicked off back in 2003 with much promise, the first few were fun, enjoyable and most importantly profitable. But that was a very long time ago and the series has taken a very drastic turn in quality, losing almost all of what made the films work in the first place. It's taken fourteen years and five movies to tell a relatively small story that hasn't really expanded or development much since 'Underworld 2'.

    Much like the previous…

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  • Pulp Fiction

    Pulp Fiction


    I'm at the start of a week off work, and am looking to get through a load of films that have been piling up. But first I decided to re-watch a favourite of mine and introduce my girlfriend to, in my opinion Tarantino's best movie. Luckily for both of us, she liked it.

    Nothing I write here is going to add anything new to what has already been written or said in the past, I'm not going to be pitching…

  • The Revenant

    The Revenant


    It's always tough going into a film, that so much has already been written and said about, and for the most part positively. There's that apprehension in the back of your mind. Luckily 'The Revenant' not only lived up to the hype, it exceeded it.

    The beauty of the surroundings are in stark contrast to the gritty and violent actions of some of the characters. There's a perfect blend of beautiful and brutal. The first act is almost more of…