Michael Fassbender Archive

  • The Counsellor Review

    The Counsellor Review

    3/5
    “The slaughter to come is probably beyond our imagining.” Michael Fassbender plays the titular character merely named: The Counselor.

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  • Prometheus sequel confirmed

    Prometheus sequel confirmed

    It has been confirmed today, what we all knew was going to happen anyway but Ridley Scott will be going ahead with a sequel to 2012, science fiction film, Prometheus. The film was about a group of explorers who travel into space to seek the origins of mankind on Earth and starred Michael Fassbender, Noomi Rapace, [...]

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  • Fassbender To Star In Assassin’s Creed Adaptation

    Fassbender To Star In Assassin’s Creed Adaptation

    Variety magazine has reported that X-Men: First Class and Prometheus star Michael Fassbender will lead and produce an adaptation of UbiSoft’s successful computer game Assassin’s Creed. Although computer game adaptations are rarely successful, with the perennially excellent Fassbender on board this one becomes a lot more interesting. The game is one of the most lucrative of [...]

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  • Prometheus Review

    Prometheus Review

    3/5
    What a big fat disappointment. While a perfectly decent sci-fi action film, Prometheus sits firmly in the ‘could do better’ category and reeks of unfulfilled promise. It could be considered unfair that for this particular film, the four and five star ratings were always going to be more difficult to come by, such is the [...]

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  • Shame Blu Ray Review

    Shame Blu Ray Review

    4.5/5
    Shame is the latest feature from British Artist Steve McQueen. The story takes place in New York City and follows the life of Brandon, whose antics are soon revealed to be part of a sexual addiction. When his equally unstable sister comes to stay with him unexpectedly the true extent of his addiction and the [...]

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  • Haywire – DVD Review

    Haywire – DVD Review

    2.5/5
    Steven Soderbergh’s gone Haywire. As another entry to the scarce list of Hollywood wonder-woman movies, Haywire builds its arsenal through generously sponging from its immediate superiors. Soderbergh politely knocks on the door of Fincher’s Girl With The Dragon Tattoo as he fancies the protagonist make-up. Next stop – he races down the fast lane and [...]

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