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Blade Runner 2049 Review: The Return of the Honest Sequel

Blade Runner 2049 Review: The Return of the Honest Sequel

Blade Runner 2049 review: In something of a rarity these days, director Denis Villenueve offers a true sequel steeped in equal parts science and fiction. I'm just gonna go ...

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The Lost City of Z Review:  A Far Reach in Need of a Firmer Grasp

The Lost City of Z Review: A Far Reach in Need of a Firmer Grasp

The Lost City of Z review: This hurried, but serviceable adaptation of the 2009 book, doesn’t quite succeed at creating the depth and grandeur it seeks.

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Life review: Dead on Arrival

Life review: Dead on Arrival

Life review: Director Daniel Espinosa's take on the increasingly crowded space alien genre fails to add anything news, ultimately rendering it lifeless.

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Snowden Review: Watch it watch you

Snowden Review: Watch it watch you

Snowden review: Oliver Stone and Joseph Gordon-Levitt adapt the story of Edward Snowden, giving new depth to the man and his actions.

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Nerve Review:  It’s only a teenage wasteland

Nerve Review: It’s only a teenage wasteland

Nerve review: A strong and original with a whole lot of potential and depth, quickly devolves into a trope filled teenage melodrama.

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X-Men: Apocalypse review – Your false idols are showing

X-Men: Apocalypse review – Your false idols are showing

X-Men: Apocalypse review: Director Bryan Singer sticks with what worked in the previous X-films - and then keeps on sticking again and again.

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10 Cloverfield Lane review:  Someone should check on the neighbors

10 Cloverfield Lane review: Someone should check on the neighbors

10 Cloverfield Lane review: The not-sequel sequel to 2008's Cloverfield goes much smaller in scope, but bigger on psychological tension.

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Hail, Caesar! Review:  All Roads Lead to Roam

Hail, Caesar! Review: All Roads Lead to Roam

Hail, Caesar! review: The Coen Brothers return with an all-star cast and a film deeper on ideas than on telling a coherent story.

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The Revenant review: Revenge is dish best served really damn cold

The Revenant review: Revenge is dish best served really damn cold

The Revenant review: Leonardo DiCaprio chases an Oscar once again in a beautiful, and hard to watch film about survival.

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The Hateful Eight review: An epic game of trust, suspicion, retro flair

The Hateful Eight review: An epic game of trust, suspicion, retro flair

The Hateful Eight review: Director Quentin Tarantino's latest offering is perhaps his grandest and most lavish production yet.

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