Posts Tagged film review

The Inbetweeners <= 15 Words

Speaking as an English former sixth form student: painfully, hilariously and very true to life.

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Cowboys and Aliens <= 15 Words

Starts like Carpenter, ends like Bruckheimer, with wrist mounted deus ex machina. Bad? No: Unspectacular.

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Transformers: Dark of the Moon <= 15 Words

Breathtaking, balletic action… but everything else is utter gibberish, seemingly treating you with contempt.

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Tekken <= 15 Words

I swear Luke Goss was never this awesome back in the day. Tekken? It’s okay.

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The Green Hornet <= 15 Words

Some films are exactly the sum of their parts. This is one of those times.

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Thor <= 15 Words

Awesome film. Probably a good idea to keep hammers away from me for a while…

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Sucker Punch <= 15 Words

Doesn’t hide the seems so well… and it’s very style over substance… but what style!

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The Girl Who Kicked the Hornets Nest <= 15 Words

Worse than the first, better than the second. If you haven’t: read the books first.

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London Boulevard <= 15 Words

Monahan’s raw talent without Scorsese’s finess. The Departed, it’s not. Worth your time, it is.

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Let Me In <= 15 Words

No subtitles, more CG, but otherwise, well, I kept expecting people to start speaking Swedish.

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