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  • Faust DVD Review

    Faust DVD Review

    4/5
    Some tales were made for the black and white era. The German folk tale of Faust has many incarnations, most notably Johann Goethe’s play, but F.W. Murnau’s film brings another dimension to the centuries old fable. Goethe’s words and expansion of the premise are undoubtedly the most significant of the appropriations but there is no [...]

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  • The Lego Movie Blu-ray Review

    The Lego Movie Blu-ray Review

    4/5
    The Lego Movie is a hugely enjoyable ride, which is filled with promises of dazzling colour, friendly humour, a relatable lead character and an insane amount of fun.

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  • The Lunchbox DVD Review

    The Lunchbox DVD Review

    3.5/5
    Mumbai is one of the most cinematic cities. It is a city like no other, every street thrumming with life, bursting with the vibrancy that comes from an entire nations packed into one city.

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  • Vampire Academy DVD Review

    Vampire Academy DVD Review

    1/5
    But unfortunately for Waters and the lead actresses of the film (none of whom will become the new Lohan after watching this), this film is really a load of rubbish.

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  • In Bloom DVD Review

    In Bloom DVD Review

    4/5
    In Bloom is a story told in these margins as two young girls find their voices, learning how to make themselves heard amidst a society undergoing fundamental and volatile change.

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  • The Rocket DVD Review

    The Rocket DVD Review

    5/5
    How To Make A Rocket 1. Good structure. A rocket needs to be sturdy in order to withstand the heat and pressure of being fired into the air. The Rocket, a Laotian/Australian co-production by director Kim Mordaunt, uses a plot that feels familiar. Even as a young boy, Ahlo is believed to be cursed with [...]

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