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Cinema Review – Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2

Not long after the events of the first film, the Guardians are tasked with protecting valuable batteries from attack. Although they complete their mission their employers – The Sovereign Race – are not too happy to learn some of their batteries are missing. When the Guardians are saved from an epic space battle by a mysterious stranger, they realise that this man may have answers about Peter Quill’s (Chris Pratt) true parentage, and be the link to the family that Quill never knew. I am Groot! Continue reading

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Cinema Review – War Dogs

Ephriam (Jonah Hill) and David (Miles Teller) were best friends in juniour high, but lost touch. When the two reconnect at a funeral, Ephriam brings David into his world of high stakes arms dealing to the US government, and it is no t long before the two are raking in millions of dollars in profits, and doing everything they can to make sure their income keeps getting larger. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – Joy

Even as a little girl, Joy Mangano (Jennifer Lawrence) always had a creative streak, and invented a quick release dog collar as a little girl, a design that was never patented. After having to clean up red wine and broken glass with her hands, Joy thinks up an idea for a self wringing mop but, while struggling to keep her family together and come up with the cash for this new product, Joy doesn’t quite tick all the boxes that she should. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – American Sniper

Over the course of four tours of Iraq, Navy SEAL Chris Kyle (Bradley Cooper) was hailed as the most deadly sniper the US military has ever seen, who claimed to have killed 255 people in his career. Bradley Cooper takes on the lead role in the story of Kyle’s life, and the choices he made that earned him a bounty on his head in Iraq, and almost led to the end of his marriage. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – Serena

George Pemberton (Bradley Cooper) is the head of a timber empire in Carolina in the 1920s. Love has eluded Pemberton, but that all changes when he meets the beautiful and passionate Serena (Jennifer Lawrence). The two set about making Pemberton’s business even more successful, by any means necessary, but it is not long before their choices come back to haunt them. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – Guardians of the Galaxy

Taken from earth as a child, Peter Quill (Chris Pratt), AKA Star-Lord, has adapted to life in the far reaches of space. When he comes into possession of a mysterious orb, however, Quill finds himself at the centre of a galaxy wide manhunt, which leads him to form an uneasy truce with bounty hunters Rocket Racoon (Bradley Cooper) and Groot (Vin Diesel), as well as Gamora (Zoe Saldana) and Drax the Destroyer (Dave Bautista) in order to survive, and to save the galaxy. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – American Hustle

After bring caught running a scam, con man Irving (Christian Bale) and his partner Sydney (Amy Adams) are forced to work with FBI agent Richie DiMaso (Bradley Cooper) as he struggles to bring down politicians, and make a name for himself. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – The Hangover Part III

The Wolfpack reunite to save Alan (Zach Galiafinakis) from himself; after the death of his father, he goes completely off the rails so an intervention is called to bring him to a rehab facility. While on the way to Arizona, the gang are run off the road by Marshall (John Goodman), a gangster who kidnaps Doug (Justin Bartha) and gives the gang three days to bring Mr Chow (Ken Jeong) to him. Continue reading

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