The Loft, 2014 - ★★★

The Loft, 2014 - ★★★

REVIEWED


Pretty much a paint by numbers glossy thriller, saved by a solid cast of likeable males and attractive females (reverse that depending on your sexual preference). It helped I've grown fond of Karl Urban since his roles in JJ Abrams Trek movies plus Almost Human show, and his role as Judge Dredd.






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Kill Me Three Times, 2014 - ★½

Kill Me Three Times, 2014 - ★½

REVIEWED


Substandard thriller from down under, the unbelievable miscating of Pegg is its most noticeable issue. But theres too many other errors that hamper it, like dire external sound recording and flat out atrocious pace.






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The Rover, 2014 - ★★★½

The Rover, 2014 - ★★★½

REVIEWED


Great throwback to brutal early 80's thillers. If it took its feet off the gas you'd realize how thin it was, thankfully it never did.






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Taken 3, 2014 - ½

Taken 3, 2014 - ½

REVIEWED


JUST A QUICK LOG OF FILMS CAUGHT RECENTLY


COMMENT: May come back and review this: Its not TAKEN this action cash cow long to become the new laughing stock that was later Die Hards.






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The Drop, 2014 - ★★★½

The Drop, 2014 - ★★★½

REVIEWED


JUST A QUICK LOG OF FILMS CAUGHT RECENTLY


COMMENT: May come back and review this: I enjoyed this swan song for Gandolfini, even though its clearly Hardys vehicle.






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The DUFF, 2015 - ★★½

The DUFF, 2015 - ★★½

REVIEWED


JUST A QUICK LOG OF FILMS CAUGHT RECENTLY


COMMENT: May come back and review this: Upside- as far as teen romcoms go, it wasn't that bad. Downside- its still a teen romcom.






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Maps to the Stars, 2014 - ★★★

Maps to the Stars, 2014 - ★★★

REVIEWED


JUST A QUICK LOG OF FILMS CAUGHT RECENTLY


COMMENT: May come back and review this: After Cronenbergs near return to form with Cosmopolis, I'd hoped we'd get him back with this. Sadly we didn't. Its good especially Moores performance (guess its what to except from DC thesedays).






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