Film Reviews, News & Competitions

 
 

 
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Conan The Barbarian DVD

With the recent trend of rebooting much-loved Arnold Schwarzenegger movies from the 80s/90s, the obvious question to ask is: how do you replace the musclebound movie star?
 
 
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Camp Hell

If you liked the trailer for Camp Hell, don’t bother to watch the film.
 

 
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Cars 2

There’s a good reason why Finding Nemo, Toy Story and Wall-E are classed as ‘beloved’ Pixar films. All of them have engaging characters, compelling stories and, most importantly, they have heart.
 
 
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Chronicle

In the post-Blair Witch, Cloverfield, Paranormal Activity cine-verse of found footage, ‘wobbly cam’, faux-documentary fare, Chronicle is an exercise in why this mode of filmmaking is rapidly becoming a rather tired one.
 

 
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Contraband

Once the best smuggler in all of Noo Awlins, Chris Farraday (Mark Wahlberg) has put his life of crime behind him, settled down with wife Kate (Kate Beckinsale) and now turns an honest buck with his own security company.
 
 
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The Conversation

Paranoid, anonymous surveillance expert Harry Caul (Gene Hackman) is hired by a shadowy corporation to keep tabs on a young couple (Frederic Forrest & Cindy Williams) and record their conversation during a clandestine trys...
 

 
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The Conspirator

A period courtroom drama that finds the right level of character drama to keep the jury out till the bitter end.
 
 
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The Caller

Maybe you were watching TV. Maybe you were in the shower. Maybe you were cooking dinner. At some point though we’ve all answered the phone to a wrong number.
 

 
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Carnage

In the aftermath of a playground fight, the parents of the two boys involved, meet to resolve the incident.
 
 
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Chalet Girl

The market for British rom-coms has pretty much been cornered by Richard Curtis, with his saccharine ‘love conquers all’ stories of bumbling idiots. Chalet Girl, however, offers more than just spluttering faux pas a...