Suckerpunch Review

Lost for words.

That’s how Zach Snyder’s new and rather fantastical adventure flick Suckerpunch left me.

And neatly encapsulates the film and its directors achilles heel to boot.

The Rite Review

Where’s your faith?

This is the crux of Mickael Hafstrom’s The Rite, cinema’s latest addition to a seemingly eternal canon of movies that deal with our apparent fascination of exorcism.

South Of The Border DVD Review

Greed is good.

At least that’s what Oliver Stone’s most infamous cinematic incarnation espoused on the streets of wall.

To judge from his love of documenting all things socialist South Of The Border, its probably not a sentiment Stone buys into.

The Kids Are All Right Review

Who are you?

That’s the question indie flick The Kids Are All Right asks of its protagonists, delivering a modern twist on that staple of hollywood comedies.

The dysfunctional family.

The Girl Who Played With Fire DVD Review

I love playing with fire.

Well, who doesn’t?

Fortunately, thrice weekly therapy sessions for my pyromaniac tendencies are one of the many luxuries afforded to bourgeois sprogs in life.

I’d suggest Lisbeth Salander, the protagonist of The Girl Who Played With Fire, hasn’t enjoyed quite as much exposure to the self indulgent virtues of counselling.

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