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The Last Remake Of Beau Geste

Drawing inspiration from Monty Python’s surreal antics and Mel Brook’s madcap parodies, Marty Feldman’s 70s comedy The Last Remake of Beau Geste precedes the Zucker’s brand of goofy comedy by a few years...
 
 
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Limitless

Chances are you’ve seen the ads for Clearpill, which promises to unlock your potential and activate 100% of your brain – and then lists a huge number of side effects, which actually don’t seem that much worse ...
 

 
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Love and Other Drugs

Sometimes the talk of a film can overtake what the actual film is about and that’s exactly what’s happened with Love and Other Drugs. Mainstream Hollywood films are known for abstaining from realistic sex scenes in ...
 
 
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Last Boy Scout, The

Shane Black’s dialogue and Bruce Willis’ delivery are a match made in gung-ho heaven in Tony Scott’s action comedy.
 

 
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Lethal Weapon 1-4

Riggs And Murtaugh are the quintessential Buddy Cops, behold their brilliance in glorious Blu-Ray.
 
 
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Leap Year (AÑO BISIESTO)

Sexual depravities, in mainstream films, appears to be the trend, of late. Take World’s Greatest Dad starring the hugely commercial actor Robin Williams – no, not a tale about good parenting but rather a dark tale a...
 

 
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Loose Cannons

When the family pivotal to the narrative of this picture sit down for breakfast, all, as is usually the case, is not what it seems. Looks sneak from the corners of eyes, lips purse and asses shift in seats. These beautiful peop...
 
 
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Last Night

A bittersweet ode to the resilience of the human spirit on the last night of Earth’s existence.
 

 
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Let Me In

When a critically acclaimed foreign film gets remade for American audiences, the result is usually a sub-par glossy imitation lacking in substance. So when the announcement came that the 2008 Swedish vampire film Let the Right ...
 
 
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Lola

Hailed as a masterpiece at the time of its release, Jacques Demy’s Lola (1961) represents French New Wave at its best, a bittersweet tale the lost opportunities of youth. Actually, the film bombed upon its first release, ...