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21 Jump Street DVD

You might be forgiven for thinking that mining the ’80s for ideas has gone too far, but when a big screen remake of a little TV show acknowledges just that, you know you’re in for some fun.
 
 
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1911

Made to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Xinhai Revolution, which heralded the end of China’s Qing dynasty, and starring Jackie Chan in his 100th role, 1911 promises to be an epic historical drama, but is badly let down b...
 

 
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50/50 DVD

Is laughter the best medicine?
 
 
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8 Million Ways To Die

You might think that based on the cast list alone, Hal Ashby’s 8 Million Ways to Die is something of a hidden gem.
 

 
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13 Assassins DVD

A bloody, violent hugely enjoyable samurai kill-spree that is very much a film of two halves.
 
 
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2012

What is it with Roland Emmerich? He seems to have developed his own genre of filmmaking: the worst-case scenario. From Independence Day to The Day After Tomorrow to his latest, 2012, whether it is aliens, monsters, the weather ...
 

 
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4.3.2.1

Noel Clarke has come a long way from his sidekick days in BBC’s Doctor Who. Playing Mickey, boyfriend to Billie Piper’s Rose in the hit show, may have helped him to become a household face, but it has not done justi...
 
 
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22 Bullets

If you can get past the improbable concept that a man can survive a hail of 22 .45 calibre bullets, drag his holely self out of intensive care, set about on a mission to kick the butts of his persecutors, 22 Bullets is an enter...
 

 
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127 Hours

A personal and universal insight into man’s determination to survive, brought to stunning life by Danny Boyle and James Franco.
 
 
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13 Assassins Cinema

In general, when we think of martial arts films it is usually the Hong Kong kung fu movies that first spring to mind, usually involving the likes of Bruce Lee and Jackie Chan knocking two shades out of all and sundry