Review: Ender’s Game

A classic sci-fi novel finally comes to the big screen with Gavin Hood’s adaptation of Orson Scott Card’s Ender’s Game. Was the almost 20 years it took to adapt the novel worth it?

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Review: The Counselor

With director Ridley Scott, writer Cormac McCarthy and stars Michael Fassbender, Brad Pitt, Javier Bardem, Penelope Cruz and Cameron Diaz, you would think we have one of the best movies of the year, but looks can be deceiving.

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Review: Gravity

Following up Children of Men, Alfonso Cuaron is back with Gravity, which is as thrilling as it is visually jaw dropping.

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Review: Riddick

After almost a decade, Riddick returned to theaters and finds himself targeted by two groups of mercenaries on a hostile alien world. Was it worth the wait or should the character have stayed in the shadows?

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Review: Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox

The Flash wakes up in a brutal, violent alternate dimension where a war between Aquaman and Wonder Woman threatens to destroy the entire world and Flash must team up with Thomas Wayne’s Batman and Cyborg to try and save the world.

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Review: The Wolverine

After the disaster that was X-Men Origins: Wolverine, Logan is back in an adaptation of one of his most acclaimed stories as he heads to Japan at the request of an old acquaintance and becomes caught between ninjas, Yakuza thugs, mutant assassins, all while at half his normal healing. Is this the Wolverine movie we’ve all been waiting for?

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Review: Vehicle 19

How Fast and Furious is Paul Walker without the rest of the crew? Find out as he basically puts on a one man show in Vehicle 19, a movie that never leaves the titular van.

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Review: Red 2

Frank Moses and Marvin Boggs are forced back into action when they are suspected of being nuclear terrorists after a report about one of their past missions is leaked onto the internet in the follow up to Red.

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Review: Only God Forgives

Nicolas Winding Refn and Ryan Gosling are back with their follow up to Drive in the darker, more violent Only God Forgives. Is it a worthy follow up?

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Review: Erased

Aaron Eckhart tries to fill Liam Neeson’s ass kicking shoes in this latest attempt to match the magic of Taken with Erased.

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