Review: Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again

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Review: Star Wars: The Last Jedi

Chills. Nostalgia. Awe. Three words I would use to best describe the eight installment in the world’s most famous film franchise. Having had to wait two years since the Force was awakened, LucasFilm and Disney treat the global audience this December to a delight almost thirty years in the making f...

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Review: Mission: Impossible - Fallout

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Review: Justice League

2017 has been an incredible year for superhero movies, with at least eight of them having hit theatres in the past few months. However, none was more highly anticipated than the latest installment in the DC Extended Universe, Justice League. In the aftermath of Superman’s death, world crime has s...

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Review: Incredibles 2

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Upcoming: Justice League

While Marvel Studios with movies based on characters from Marvel Comics, has reinvented the superhero movie genre, Warner Brothers & DC Comics are still playing catch up. Their latest, and largest attempt at this is the upcoming 'Justice League' feature, that sees iconic comic book characters co...

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Review: Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom

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Review: Thor: Ragnarok

Repeating the number one slot in global office for its second consecutive week, Thor: Ragnarok is no surprise hit. The seventeenth installment of the biggest movie franchise in the world, Marvel Cinematic Universe’s latest entry finds the crown Prince of Asgard, Thor, amidst his quest for the Infi...

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Review: Solo: A Star Wars Story

Courtesy of Anil Balasuriya SOLO : A STAR WARS MOVIE - REVIEW SOLO : A STAR WARS MOVIE - REVIEW Hey guys if you've been wondering , "is this movie worth watching?" Then check out my review and hopefully it will give you some clarity on the matter :) Posted by Caught On Film With Anil Balasu...

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Review: Kingsman: The Golden Circle

Already dethroning IT as the king of the September box office globally, Kingsman The Golden Circle is a refreshing addition the action-comedy spy genre. Several years have passed since the events of the first movie and Eggsy Unwin (Taron Egerton) has accustomed to his role as a secret agent and for...

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Review: Deadpool 2

Uncut, raw, uncensored, prepare for the second coming of Wade Wilson a.k.a the Merc with a Mouth a.k.a Deadpool. I had the fortune of watching the film last night, two days prior to the worldwide release – courtesy of TakTikBook and Scope Cinemas and it did not disappoint. It’s a well-known fac...

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Review: The Hitman’s Bodyguard

"If only the censor board had allowed Samuel L. Jackson's swearing to echo within the theatre," I consistently thought to myself as I sat through the Hitman's Bodyguard. While the story is more or less a rehash of an 80s buddy-cop film featuring a hitman and a bodyguard instead of the law enforcers,...

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Review: Avengers: Infinity War

A cinematic journey 10 years in the making, spanning 18 films and a whole era of comic book lore behind it, Marvel Studios gives us Infinity War; the culmination of the entire Marvel Cinematic Universe. I got to watch Infinity War earlier last week, two days before the public release. Having mental...

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Upcoming: Kingsman: The Golden Circle

It’s time to suit up! The Kingsman are back! The adrenaline rush you experienced in 2014 watching “Kingsman: the Secret Service” has its sequel ready for release! Release Date: 22 September 2017 The brand new “Kingsman: The Golden Circle” definitely promises to keep everyone at the edge...

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Review: Ready Player One

When Jaws was released back in the 70s, it heralded in a new era known to most as the blockbuster era. The director’s films that followed easily topped $100 million easily at the domestic box office. And the name Spielberg became synonymous with ‘box office smash’. Four decades later, the Kin...

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The Hitman’s Bodyguard

If you’re looking for a fun-filled, action-packed movie with a twist of hilarity and a little romance, then this one’s for you. This movie depicts friendship and love. It also displays truth and integrity. Most of all, it shows responsibility and strong-will amidst the mayhem and danger of a mis...

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Review: Pacific Rim: Uprising

Pacific Rim returns with a sequel that boasts more CGI than its predecessor and definitely more Chinese (thank the China box office that made the sequel possible in the first place) and much more mayhem. Steven DeKnight replaces Guillermo del Toro in the directorial seat, the latter too busy winnin...

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Wonder Woman crosses $400 million at domestic box office

Wonder Woman and her Amazonian bracelets just shattered a glass ceiling. The comic book adaptation crossed the $400 million mark at the North American box office on Tuesday, becoming the 27th movie to ever break that barrier. It’s also the third highest-grossing Warner Bros. release on a domestic...

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Review: Tomb Raider

The curse of the video game movie; a much talked about topic in the recent past with ample movies based on computer games hitting theatre screens, but being universally panned led to this so-called ‘curse’. But has that been lifted? Tomb Raider, a reboot of the previous Angelina Jolie starrer w...

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Resident Evil: The Final Chapter

Resident Evil – The Final Chapter, kicks off in the immediate aftermath of Resident Evil : Retribution, and sees the conclusion of a six part saga that first hit the big screen way back in 2002. In the Final Chapter, the evil Umbrella Corporation who manufactured the T-virus which precipitated the...

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Review: Maze Runner: The Death Cure

You’d think by now that YA dystopian films would have run their course, but every once in a while, Hollywood manages to churn out more of the same material to sate the growing appetite of Generation Y moviegoers. Delayed nearly a year from its original date of release due to Dylan O’Brien’s i...

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Doctor Strange

The 14th release of Marvel’s Cinematic Universe might not have seemed like much before its release. Many were unexcited by news of yet another comic book adaptation this year. Some didn’t have faith in a sorcerer as a superhero at all. Sure, it’s not your typical comic book superhero story, b...

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Review: Black Panther

Glorious. That was one of the many words that constantly ran through my mind while sitting in a theater packed on Friday night as images of Wakanda flashed on the big screen. Marvel’s latest entry about an African hero is something that most films in general struggle to achieve and should aspire t...

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Assassin's Creed

It’s been a number of years since French video game developers Ubisoft asked Michael Fassbender to be the star of their highly anticipated Assassin’s Creed adaptation and expectations are soaring in the lead up to the release date during the peak holiday season. Studio heads over at 20th Century...

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