Tag Archives: Joel Kinnaman

Cinema Review – Suicide Squad

“The world changed when Superman flew across the sky, and it changed again when he didn’t”, so says Amanda Waller (Viola Davis), as she gathers together a band of villains including Harley Quinn (Margot Robbie), hitman Deadshot (Will Smith), Captain Boomerang (Jai Courtney) and Killer Croc (Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje) to form Taskforce X. To incentivise the bad guys to work together, they are offered clemency or death, and unsurprisingly, they choose to live, but just how cooperative they are going to be remains to be seen, even when faced with a worse evil than they. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – Child 44

In Soviet Russia, under the rule of Stalin, children are going missing, and turning up murdered. Since the government insists that Soviet Russia is paradise, and there can be no murder in paradise, disgraced military police officer Leo Demidov (Tom Hardy) takes it upon himself to get to the bottom of the murders. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – Run All Night

When his estranged son Mike (Joel Kinnaman) witnesses a murder, Jimmy (Liam Neeson) must take on his brutal and ruthless former boss – and lifelong friend – in order to protect his son. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – Robocop

After he is injured in an attack on his home, Detroit Police Officer Alex Murphy (Joel Kinnaman) is absorbed into OmniCorp’s project to create a half man, half machine police officer. Continue reading

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BFI London Film Festival Review – Easy Money (Snabba Cash)

JW (Joel Kinnaman) is a handsome student who works as a taxi driver to make some money. The firm that he works for has some criminal ties and when he is tasked to follow Jorge (Mattias Vereda), an escaped convict; JW is pulled from the fringes of the organisation to its very heart. Continue reading

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