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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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  • Non-Stop DVD Review

    Non-Stop DVD Review

    4/5
    Neeson and Collet-Serra has reunited for a second time with Non-Stop, which is a great addition to Neeson's recent liking for these quick paced stories since working on Taken.

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