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Film: The Jungle Book

The Jungle Book is an exquisitely visual, hopeful movie that made me cry at least thrice. I’m a Disney stan as is, and I am so pleased, in spite of Walt Disney (ha!) and his dubious prejudices, that not only have they managed to make fantastic movies for my childhood, but also for my (pseudo) […]

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Film: Batman vs. Superman: Dawn of Justice

Batman vs. Superman: Dawn of Justice wasn’t absolute shite. I don’t know if that’s what DC/Marvel fans want to hear, but it is what it is. In fact, on an overall rating, I’d give it about a 6, 6 and a half out of 10. It inspired in me the same feeling Spectre did last […]

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Film: Deadpool

Deadpool is a perfect movie. Hands down, the best one I have seen this year, in terms of perfect entertainment and a blisteringly perfect script. The humour just keeps coming and doesn’t ever stop from beginning to end. The script and comedy are flawless. Ryan Reynolds is sketch gold. The supporting cast are mostly fantastic […]

Film: Batman – Bad Blood

Movie 2 of the year: Batman – Bad Blood. I’m failing. I feel like I am watching movies really slowly. Anyhue. I liked the first* one better, is the summary. For a couple of reasons – I am REALLY bored of uninventive superhero names. Because you wear the bat, you have to have bat in […]

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Film: Solace

The first movie I watched this year was Solace. Yes. I’m just as surprised as you are. And, I STILL haven’t watched the new Star Wars movie. I am STILL stuck on Episode V. So, give me time. Solace features Anthony Hopkins, quite possibly my favourite villain of all time (I love and fear him […]

Film: Pan

Meh. Meh. Pan didn’t impress me or move me or give me an intriguing look into the history of one of my childhood’s favourite rebels or capture my imagination or portray any aspects of anything differently except possibly for the fact that it is indeed possible to be bored of Hugh Jackman on screen. Hugh […]

Film: Mockingjay

Don’t read this if you liked the movie Mockingjay. Don’t bother with the movie if you loved the books. Don’t bother with this review if you liked the last movies. So I loved the Hunger Games books. I think Suzanne Collins is great and everyone should be reading her stuff instead of E. L. James. […]

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