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‘Foxcatcher’ Review : flat and inert
22 Nov
2014
Written by Drew Turney

‘Foxcatcher’ Review : flat and inert »

''Foxcatcher'' has the same high prestige gloss as Bennett Miller's ''Moneyball''. It's a similar story that's less about sport than some of the personalities who participated in it and made it a crutch for areas of their life found wanting.

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Werewolf Rising
20 Nov
2014
Written by Drew Turney

Werewolf Rising »

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There's really no excuse for crap like "Werewolf Rising" to exist

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Snowpiercer
20 Nov
2014
Written by Drew Turney

Snowpiercer »

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Loses a little bit moving to the small screen – the cramped confines of the titular train are a little too confined scaled down to 4:3

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VOD Views – November 10, 2014
10 Nov
2014
Written by Drew Turney

VOD Views – November 10, 2014 »

Drew Turney takes a look at what's happening this week in the world of Video on Demand

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Joe Hill – Horns
6 Nov
2014
Written by Drew Turney

Joe Hill – Horns »

Drew Turney talks to the author of "Horns", now a major motion picture starring Daniel Radcliffe.

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Open Windows
29 Oct
2014
Written by Drew Turney

Open Windows »

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''Open Windows'' has the makings to be a new kind of movie, and it's certainly one we've never seen before.

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Nightcrawler
29 Oct
2014
Written by Drew Turney

Nightcrawler »

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This film is actually a very insightful study into characterisation, and not in a good way

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Interstellar
29 Oct
2014
Written by Drew Turney

Interstellar »

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''Interstellar'' is visually, conceptually, narratively and creatively brilliant

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‘Interstellar’ Review : Brilliant!
29 Oct
2014
Written by Drew Turney

‘Interstellar’ Review : Brilliant! »

The visuals of spaceflight will turn you into a ten year old kid again

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St. Vincent
25 Oct
2014
Written by Drew Turney

St. Vincent »

Murray is the rock in the middle of an ocean, every other performer crashing up against him while he sits

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Birdman
23 Oct
2014
Written by Drew Turney

Birdman »

Told with such a singular sense of style and verve thanks to Alejandro González Iñárritu

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VOD Views – October 22, 2014
22 Oct
2014
Written by Drew Turney

VOD Views – October 22, 2014 »

American theatre chains Regal, Cinemark and AMC have all said they won't show "Crouching Tiger 2" on their big screens

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Camp X-Ray
18 Oct
2014
Written by Drew Turney

Camp X-Ray »

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The script doesn’t give Stewart a whole lot of range, but she plays the buttoned down soldier well

Whiplash
18 Oct
2014
Written by Drew Turney

Whiplash »

It’s a rollercoaster, a tour de force and for the first time in a long time, as close to perfect as movies come.

Robert Downey Jr – The Judge
16 Oct
2014
Written by Drew Turney

Robert Downey Jr – The Judge »

Actor talks about his latest movie, working with wife Susan, and his upcoming “Pinocchio” movie

Two Night Stand
10 Oct
2014
Written by Drew Turney

Two Night Stand »

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Katherine Heigl and her cutesy sweet rom-com tone are nowhere to be found

Automata
10 Oct
2014
Written by Drew Turney

Automata »

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It does a less successful job answering its own questions

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Pride
29 Sep
2014
Written by Drew Turney

Pride »

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A heartstring tugger that wears its warm and fuzzy credentials very much on its sleeve.

Lucas Hedges – The Zero Theorem, Kill The Messenger
24 Sep
2014
Written by Drew Turney

Lucas Hedges – The Zero Theorem, Kill The Messenger »

Plays a clean-cut teenager in the new Terry Gilliam film, as Drew Turney discovers

The Maze Runner
23 Sep
2014
Written by Drew Turney

The Maze Runner »

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”To start with, so much about it seems to be trying to brand-associate with ”The Hunger Games””

The Zero Theorem
21 Sep
2014
Written by Drew Turney

The Zero Theorem »

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It’s Gilliam doing what his fans love him for – whether you love it will depend on where you stand on his very distinctive style

Tusk
21 Sep
2014
Written by Drew Turney

Tusk »

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In the end ”Tusk” might be a noble experiment. It’s not good, but it demands your attention

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