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Tag Archive: review

‘The Grey’ Movie Review

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The first thing I can say about The Grey is that it isn’t a light viewing. It requires you to buckle down and prepare for some gut wrenching scenes that are hard to… Continue reading

Chronicle – Review

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Chronicle turned out to be an unexpected gem, I would put this down to the marketing for the film. It was very unique, it didn’t reveal itself for what it truly was, but… Continue reading

Shame – Review

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I won’t lie, the appeal of Shame for me was really the fact that this was about sex addiction and the sex addict was Michael Fassbender. As a hot-blooded woman, yes I do… Continue reading

Comic Review: Superior

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After the success that the film  adaptations of, Kick-Ass and Wanted achieved, it is completely understandable that comic writer Mark Millar would want to tell a story which looked at the cinematic nature… Continue reading

Harry Potter in Review: The Philosopher’s Stone

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A new series by G-FUNK. (Substitute the ‘Philosophers’ for ‘Sorcerers’ if you’re in the States – or just any other word you feel like.) Director: Chris Columbus Cast: Daniel Radcliffe, Rupert Grint, Emma… Continue reading

Retro Gaming: ‘I Have No Mouth and I Must Scream’

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Many games like to tout their ‘moral choice systems’ these days, and game developers do like to try and provide a genuinely tough choice. Whilst some of the scenarios are more than absurd,… Continue reading

16 Random Thoughts While Watching ‘Transformers 2’

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A review by G-FUNK So here’s what happened…people tell me that my reviews of bad movies are more entertaining than any other. So occasionally subject myself to a movie that I’m not going… Continue reading

Retro Review: ‘Jennifer’s Body’

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Director: Karyn Kusama Cast: Megan Fox, Amanda Seyfred, Johnny Simmons, Adam Brody Review: Diablo Cody, scriptress behind Juno and United States of Tara, completely fails to add any of her usual wit or… Continue reading

‘The Artist’: Script Review

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Written By:  MICHEL HAZANAVICIU Premise: A young actor in the 1920’s named George Valentin must deal with the fact that his art is a dying form when the evolution of film in the… Continue reading

DVD Review – Page One: Inside The New York Times

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Dir: Andrew Rossi The Documentary: Page One is a documentary about The New York Times and how the organisation has managed to stay afloat in these times where digital media and social networking… Continue reading