We here on this blog signalled the Vince Vaughn-aissance back when he was in the criminally under-rated second season of True Detective. Well now it seems everyone else has stood up and taken notice.
Vaughn stars in the latest film from Bone Tomahawk director S. Craig Zahler, which currently sits on Rotten Tomatoes with a remarkable 94%. But is it as good as the critics are saying?
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Thor has a few good movies under his belt, but it’s unlikely most people would pick him as their favourite Avenger. But expect that to soon change once the world has seen Thor: Ragnarok.
Funny, exciting, beautiful to look at and listen to – Thor: Ragnarok is the Thor film we’ve all been waiting…Thor.
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To take on the legacy of Blade Runner is possibly one of the most difficult jobs a director could ever face. Even for someone as renowned as Denis Villeneuve, it could spell career suicide. Does Blade Runner 2049 fall massively short of it’s predecessor? Or does it do the impossible thing and surpass it?
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It’s been a very interesting year for Stephen King fans. Who’d have thought with the dead-on-arrival The Dark Tower at the beginning of the year, we’d now have one of the very best King adaptations with It? So which way does Netflix’s new King adaptation, Gerald’s Game, go?
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The third episode of the science fiction anthology series is the most grounded one yet. Does the kitchen sink drama ruin the sci-fi? Or is it a nice change of pace?
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Attempting to adapt any Stephen King story is a perilous task. But for one as iconic as It, it’s near impossible.
And with It’s numerous behind-the-scene bust ups and exits, is it even possible for director Andrés Muschietti to create a good, perhaps, even great, film?
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2017 has been a tough year for Tom Cruise. Everyone agreed that ‘The Mummy’ was terrible, after Cruise was the one endorsing it so heavily.
But don’t worry! With ‘American Made’ Cruise is back to his absolute best, as the charming and crazy Barry Seal. Based on a true, and insane, story.
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