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    Movie Review: Doctor Sleep

    Stanley Kubrick refused to be bound by genre: science fiction, period drama, black comedy, war movies, Kubrick covered them all, with consistently excellent results. So, when the master turned his hand to horror, the result was characteristically brilliant. The Shining is widely regarded as one of...

    BFD Weekender: The Matrix 20 years on: How a Sci-fi film tackled BIG Philosophical Questions

    Richard ColledgeAustralian Catholic University Incredible as it may seem, the end of March 2019 marked 20 years since the release of the first film in the Matrix franchise directed by The Wachowski siblings. This “cyberpunk” sci-fi movie...

    Movie Review: 1917

    FightingTemeraire Review of the film 1917 What a movie. The two main stars, Colin Firth and Benedict Cumberbatch only had about 10 mins each. The story is to get a message to the 2nd Devons to stop an...

    The Irishman: The Price Paid

    Burn, Hollywood, BurnA regular review by John Black Last month Martin Scorsese drew the ire of millennials with a condemnation of Marvel movies, as mere ‘theme parks’ and ‘not cinema’. If anyone has earnt the right to opine on the art of film...

    Ford vs Ferrari: Hooray for Cars and Capitalism

    Burn, Hollywood, BurnA regular review by John Black Here’s a pub question worth a beery rumination: Who did the most for the cause of human freedom in the twentieth century? Sir Winston Churchill? Martin Luther King? Ronald Reagan? An eccentric choice but not...

    Dr Sleep: Where’s Johnny?

    Burn, Hollywood, BurnA regular review by John Black Dr Sleep, the long awaited, much belated sequel to the classic horror The Shining is a bonfire of lost opportunities. The original Stephen King novel of an alcoholic writer, Jack Torrance and...

    Terminator: Dark Fate

    Burn, Hollywood, BurnA regular review by John Black So let's get the plot of the Terminator saga straight: Big bad Arnold Swarze-wish-I-could-spell-his-name was sent from a future of sentient machines to our past to kill the mother of a future leader of a...

    SO SO JOJO

    Burn, Hollywood, BurnA regular review by John Black Jojo Rabbit, the new film by Taika Waititi, isn’t as brave or as clever as many critics, and no doubt the filmmaker himself, seem to think. Remember this is the same gentleman who proclaimed his...

    1984: The Terminator

    AHNZPlease enjoy the ideas and let me know what you think. James Cameron’s film The Terminator was released 35 years ago on 26 October 1984. Next week the next film in this series will be released featuring the original casting pair: Arnold Schwarzenegger and...

    The Joke’s on You

    Doug “Uncola” Lynnthetollonline.com This know also, that in the last days perilous times shall come. For men shall be lovers of their own selves, covetous, boasters, proud, blasphemers, disobedient to parents, unthankful, unholy, without natural affection, trucebreakers, false accusers, incontinent, fierce, despisers of...

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