Category: DVDs

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DVD Review: Assassin’s Creed

When you’re quite excited about a film, it can be difficult to write a review, especially if t he film didn’t live up to your expectations. Just because the film didn’t live up to...

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DVD Review: Rogue One

Rogue One was part of an interesting move by Disney, expanding the Star Wars universe by adding side stories rather than adding to the continuing story. The fact that Disney created a great fourth...

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DVD Review: Allied

Allied is a World War II period, romantic espionage drama. Yes drama. Others may want to refer to Allied as a thriller, but they live very sedate lives where the highlight of their week...

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DVD Review: The Accountant

If you ask me, I’ll tell you in no uncertain terms that I don’t like Ben Affleck. I’m not sure why, I just don’t like the guy. He’s a terrible actor. I can’t even...

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DVD Review: Doctor Strange

Marvel are really getting good at fine-tuning their movies. Doctor Strange feels like it has all the best elements of previous Marvel films with a few new and exciting editions thrown in. It is...

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Arrival

When you think of most Hollywood alien films, you’re probably thinking of special effects driven action blockbusters. Not so much with Arrival whose aliens arrive as a kind of 12 pack of sentinel objects,...

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DVD Review: Jack Reacher: Never Go Back

Lee Child hit on to a phenomenal success when he created the character of Jack Reacher. He’s the every-man good guy, the old school beat up the bad guy whilst protecting the little guy...

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BluRay Review: Blindspot Season 1

A duffel bag is dropped off at Times Square with a tag that reads CALL THE FBI on it. The policeman that notices it, does just that and soon Times Square is void of...

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DVD Review: Tickled

‘Competitive endurance tickling’, legal threats, shell corporations, ‘tickle cells’, online naming-and-shaming, fetish communities—it’s fair to say that David Farrier and Dylan Reeve’s debut feature TICKLED delivers a whole lot more than its quirky documentary...