Tag Archives: Ben Foster

Cinema Review – Warcraft: The Beginning

Before Orcs and Humans were constantly at war, before their races had ever even met, Orc Cheiftain Durotan (Toby Kebbell) knew that the Orc world – Draenor – was dying. With the help of some incredibly dark magic, the Orcs find a new world to call their own. The trouble is that this world – Azeroth – is already inhabited by humans, and is a world the humans are not willing to give up on just yet. Continue reading

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Cannes Review – Hell or High Water

Brothers Tanner (Ben Foster) and Toby (Chris Pine) have a plan to hold up several branches of The Texas Midwest Bank. After they successfully hold up two branches, and bury the getaway cars on their family ranch, Texas Ranger Marcus (Jeff Bridges) is on the case, chasing them down before they can hit another branch. Although the brothers’ plan is desperate and rather foolhardy, they are determined to save the family ranch, which is due to be foreclosed on in just a few days time. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – The Finest Hours

In February 1952, a blizzard hit the coast of Cape Cod. Two tankers split in half during the violent storm and Bernie Webber (Chris Pine) was part of a four-man crew sent out to try and rescue the crew of the stranded stern of the SS Pendleton. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – The Program

Lance Armstrong was once one of the most famous and decorated athletes in the world, with seven Tour De France victories under his belt. All of this came crashing down in 2013, when he finally admitted to the doping allegations that had plagued him for years. Director Stephen Frears takes us behind the scenes of the man, the myth and the cheat. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – Lone Survivor

Based on a true story, Lone Survivor follows the fate of four US Marines sent to capture or kill a notorious Taliban leader near a small Afghani village. The team find themselves fighting for their lives in a desperate effort to survive. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – Kill Your Darlings

When Allen Ginsberg (Daniel Redcliffe) is accepted into Columbia University, he knows that the move away from home – and his ailing mother – could be the change he is looking for. When he meets Lucien Carr (Dane DeHaan) however, his world is changed in a way he could never have imagined. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – Ain’t Them Bodies Saints

Ruth (Rooney Mara) and Bob (Casey Affleck) are a young couple in love, and completely devoted to her. When a robbery goes wrong, Bob is sentenced to jail time, but it is not long before he escapes and sets out to reunite with Ruth and the daughter he has never met. Continue reading

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