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Review: The Sweeney

Posted by Rob at 22:35 on 11 Sep 2012
The Sweeney
"We're The Sweeney, shithead. You're nicked!" grunts Ray Winstone after a rather brutal pre-title sequence. With that, Nick Love goes all Batman Begins with his gritty, swear-filled, unapologetic vision of The Sweeney - a far cry from the dodgy trousers, funny haircuts and, I imagine, casual racism and flagrant sexism of the John Thaw and Dennis Waterman days. The '70s, huh? Good times.

Review: Snow White And The Huntsman

Posted by Ali at 07:00 on 29 May 2012
Snow White And The Huntsman
What's this, you say? A film about Snow White? A movie in which Kristen Stewart has to choose between two dudes? A movie in which Charlize Theron behaves like a complete lunatic? A movie in which Chris Hemsworth is a swarthy yet heroic warrior? Please, continue! How delightfully original! There hasn't been a movie like this for years! Seriously! Shit you guys! My sarcasm button is stuck! It's making it sooo difficult to write this review with any modicum of professionalism! Ugh!

'ere Guv' 'ave a word it's a trailer for The Sweeney

Posted by Luke at 23:30 on 04 Apr 2012
'ere Guv' 'ave a word it's a trailer for The Sweeney
Yer filthy shlag, etc. OK I'll stop that now.

Review: Edge Of Darkness

Posted by Ben at 22:00 on 02 Feb 2010
Edge Of Darkness
It's been seven years since Mel Gibson last appeared in a movie, and while he's kept himself busy drink-driving and bringing the phrase "sugar tits" to prominence, the Jew-hating Aussie with a lack of respect for historical fact is finally back and it's... a thoroughly underwhelming experience.

Review: Indiana Jones And The Kingdom Of The Crystal Skull

Posted by Ali at 23:14 on 21 May 2008
Indiana Jones And The Kingdom Of The Crystal Skull
16 July, 1999. The queue for the cinema spills out into the car park. Crowds jostle with energy and a sense of adventure. The screen is packed to capacity, a quick glance revealing the audience to be a cross-section of both males and females, young and old. The lights go down to giggles at first and finally, respectfully, an awe...
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