Category Archive: Reviews

Latest movie reviews.

May 08

REVIEW: The Avengers – A Twelve Year Old’s Perspective

After four years of anticipation starting out with Iron Man and The Incredible Hulk in 2008, Iron Man 2 in 2010 and in 2011 Marvel Studios brought us Thor and Captain America: The First Avenger.  All of these films to lead up to something that has never been done before, put all of these heroes …

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Oct 29

REVIEW: Drive

Every now and then a film will come along that is destined to become a classic. These cinema gems will usually display unique vision, direction, great acting or a statement for its generation. For those that see it, these are the reason we watch films. Drive came out of nowhere, trailer looked good, but with …

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Sep 03

Review: Horrible Bosses

Everyone has had a bad boss, that boss that seemed to take a extra bit of enjoyment about making your life a living hell. If not, good for you. The rest of us however will find the concept of daydreaming about the death of their boss a little to close to home. “Horrible Bosses” takes …

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Aug 23

Review: Conan The Barbarian

When watching something like Conan the Barbarian it is advisable not over complicate the experience. So first off, try not to put too much thought into plot, a barbarian’s life is really quite simple, there is usually some larger arcing story around him, however, his job consists of saving some girl from some thing while …

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Aug 11

Review: Cowboys & Aliens

A stranger (Daniel Craig) wakes in the desert with no memories, an injury and a strange metal bracelet on his wrist. After an altercation with some potential bandits, the stranger heads to the nearest small town which turns out to be controlled by the rough cattle boss Woodrow Dolarhyde (Harrison Ford). The stranger is identified …

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Aug 10

Review: Green Lantern

One of the advantages/disadvantages of living in Australia is that it sometimes takes films so long to get here that the initial hype can wear off. In the case of the new Martin Campbell (“Casino Royal”) film “Green Lantern” it is an advantage. The decision by Warner/Roadshow to hold this film from Australian release for …

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