Tag Archives: Jon Bernthal

Cinema Review – The Accountant

Chris Wolff (Ben Affleck), having been diagnosed with autism when he was a child, has channelled his precision into a lucrative career as an accountant, “uncooking” the books for criminals and large firms to discover who has been stealing from them. When the Treasury Department takes an interest in Wolff, who has been spotted with numerous criminals around the world, and a hitman begins to close in on him, the web of secrecy that Wolff has built around himself begins to fall apart. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – Me andEarl and the Dying Girl

Greg (Thomas Mann) is a high school senior who, after years of struggling to find the right balance, is just the right amount of invisible at school. Greg’s carefully ordered life is thrown into chaos when his mother (Connie Britton) insists that he spend time with Rachel (Olivia Cooke), a girl from his school who has been diagnosed with leukaemia. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – We Are Your Friends

Cole Carter (Zac Efron) wants nothing more than to be a successful DJ. In order to do this, he knows he has to just create one fantastic track. Cole befriends the hugely successful Paul Reed (Wes Betley), and as the two work on Cole’s killer track, Cole becomes closer to Reed’s girlfriend Sophie (Emily Ratajkowski). Continue reading

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Cinema Review – Fury

Over the space of 24 hours, the crew of the WWII Allied tank ‘Fury’ take on a dangerous mission behind enemy lines. Along with a Germany that is vicious in the throes of its death rattle, the crew have to deal with old resentments, and a new member of their team; inexperienced soldier Norman (Logan Lerman). Continue reading

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Cinema Review – The Wolf of Wall Street

Based on a true story, The Wolf of Wall Street charts the rise to riches – and the dizzy height of Wall Street – of a young, eager man named Jordan Belfort (Leonardo DiCaprio), and his subsequent decline into drugs, debauchery and crime. Continue reading

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