• Film, Review

    Film Review: “Black Panther has soul, as well as being a soldier”

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    By Robert Milarvie ★★★★☆ The world is changing. Both in the MCU and the real-world alike, Black Panther stands as a ground-breaking mainstream feature – being the first African-American lead in a Marvel film, as well as being a rare Afro-centric blockbuster. After his father’s death, T’Challa (Chadwick Boseman) returns to his African homeland of…

  • Film

    The Commuter: “Our annual dose of tedious Neeson action”

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    ★★☆☆☆ By Robert Milarvie Oh yes, it is here. Our usual dose of Liam Neeson action – we’ve all missed him shouting down a mobile phone in one way or another. The Commuter focuses on the titular ex-cop turned life insurance salesman Michael McCauley (Liam Neeson) whose own life is collapsing around him. An opening montage…

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    Justice League: “A glorified WWE spectacle”

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    ★☆☆☆☆ By Rob Milarvie Director: Zack Snyder Plot: Shockingly, the Earth is in jeopardy again. After the death of Superman, the world is still in mourning. But Earth faces a galactic threat and Batman must gather Earth’s mightiest heroes to defend the human race. Unfortunately, following tragic family events Zack Snyder had to leave the…




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