Tag: Charlize Theron


Atomic Blonde (2017) Review

Atomic Blonde (2017) Review

 |  Phil Brown
Action movies tend to be best defined by their boom boom, bang bang action sequences—and if you’ve got a couple great ones, that’ll make up for almost everything else. Atomic Blonde falls into this category. As a work of storytelling, the movie is a confused and dull mess. As a feat of action filmmaking, it’s […]
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Kubo And The Two Strings (2016) Review

 |  Phil Brown
There are few studios around these days as dedicated to the art and craft of animation as Laika. Founded by Henry Selick, and launched with his brilliant adaptation of Coraline, the studio specializes in stop motion. Their films (ParaNorman, The Boxtrolls) are for kids, but generally have a horror bent, and tend push the young […]
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Charlize Theron joins Fast 8 Cast

 |  Ryan Burden
Charlize Theron has officially joined the cast Fast 8.
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Mad Max: A Blueprint For Action

 |  Aleksander Gilyadov
Mad Max: Fury Road has been called many things – a feminist film, a Hollywood summer blockbuster with brains – but it’s also the perfect primer for future comic book, and action movies.
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Mad Max: Feminist Road

 |  Sabrina Biot
The Mad Max franchise is known to be one of the most influential post-apocalyptic franchises. It began in 1979 when Mel Gibson starred as Max Rockatansky.
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Mad Max: Fury Road (2015) Review

 |  Phil Brown
At the tender age of 70, writer/director George Miller should theoretically be curling up with a good book at resting on his laurels at this point. He spent the last few decades making Babe and Happy Feet movies with his influential and unmatched automotive apocalyptic Mad Max epics now a distant memory. Yet, that’s simply […]
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A Million Ways To Die In The West (2014) Review

 |  Phil Brown
At this point, the Seth MacFarlane comedy formula is so set in stone that you can probably decide whether or not you like his latest offering before pointing even a single eyeball at it. The guy is a joke machine. He’s smart without ever daring to make a statement through comedy, edgy without ever really […]
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Prometheus (2012) Review

 |  Phil Brown
For DVD hoarding movie nerds and pale faced sci-fi geeks, there’s no film of the summer more widely anticipated than Prometheus.
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Snow White And The Huntsman (2012) Review

 |  Phil Brown
In the pantheon of movies that no one sane or with even a moderately functioning brain ever wanted to see, Snow White And The Huntsman ranks pretty high. It’s a movie clearly created to be a profitable pitch rather than anything resembling a story someone wanted to tell. A cynically produced combination of spare parts […]


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