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THE WEEKLY // Winchester

How a film that’s set in the 1900s can be so relevant today is surprising; however, Winchester tries its hardest to make a point on gun violence. Continue reading “THE WEEKLY // Winchester”

THE WEEKLY // A Bad Mom’s Christmas

It’s beginning to feel a lot like Christmas, and with booze, bratty kids and bad decisions, the sequel to Bad Moms is just as “bad” as the first. Continue reading “THE WEEKLY // A Bad Mom’s Christmas”

THE WEEKLY // Jigsaw

After seven instalments and seven years since the “final” film, Jigsaw is an attempt at rebooting the Saw franchise. Continue reading “THE WEEKLY // Jigsaw”

THE WEEKLY // Murder on the Orient Express

Based on Agatha Christie’s best-selling novel of the same name, Murder on the Orient Express explores one of her more thrilling cases about the spectacular Belgian detective Hercule Poirot’s. Continue reading “THE WEEKLY // Murder on the Orient Express”

THE WEEKLY // Thor: Ragnarok

In atypical Marvel movie style, Thor: Ragnarok is as bizarre as it is bold. Definitely not as serious as its prequels, this Thor adventure is a colourful and ridiculous ride through the cosmos. Continue reading “THE WEEKLY // Thor: Ragnarok”

THE WEEKLY // Happy Death Day

Imagine reliving your own murder over and over again! This is the reality for college student Tree (Jessica Rothe), who wakes up on the morning of her birthday, Continue reading “THE WEEKLY // Happy Death Day”

THE WEEKLY // The Mountain Between Us

When an impending snowstorm grounds all flights, strangers Ben (Idris Elba) and Alex (Kate Winslet) foolishly decide to charter a light plane to get them to where they need to be. I say foolishly, but while Continue reading “THE WEEKLY // The Mountain Between Us”

THE WEEKLY // Flatliners

Code blue.

There is no rational reason why anyone anywhere decided that Julia Roberts’ 1990 thriller Flatliners should be remade. Continue reading “THE WEEKLY // Flatliners”

THE WEEKLY // 47 Meters Down

I love a good shark movie. The best ones are those which allude to the threat of the shark; a fin slicing through the water, a shadow underneath a swimmer, rather than the – often disappointing – full shot of the man-hungry beast. Continue reading “THE WEEKLY // 47 Meters Down”

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