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Logan Lucky (2017)

Logan Lucky (2017) is a comedy-heist set in the Deep South, featuring the exploits of Jimmy (Channing Tatum) as he convinces his brother Clyde (Adam Driver) and sister Mellie (Riley Keogh) to participate in a daring and over-the-top…

Logan Lucky (2017)

In 2013, Steven Soderbergh famously announced his retirement from feature filmmaking.  While promoting Side Effects, his announcement ended three years of speculation and reflected his dissatisfaction regarding the Hollywood filmmaking…

From East to West

You may not expect the residents of the fictitious London borough of Walford to get much of a mention outside of magazines dedicated to Soapland. However, if rumours circulating are to be believed, it would seem one of them may soon be…

Cover stars

In the cutthroat business of glossy magazine publishing, editors will look for any theme to boost sales figures - and there's no subject more attractive than that of celebrity and the ultimate celebration of this rarefied enclave, the…

No show without a host of stars

The winners at what is arguably the most prestigious film event of the year, would have you believe that they are the only really important people at the Oscars. However the majority of film stars know the odds of being chosen as a…

Jupiter Ascending (2015)

It is fair to say that the Wachowskis have been unable to recapture the same cinematic buzz established in The Matrix.   Even after following up the cult hit with two sequels, not to mention adaptations for V for Vendetta, Speed Racer and …

White House Down (2013)

There are many times when two movies are released that tend to be covering very similar ground. It happened with Dante's Peak and Volcano, it happened with Armageddon and Deep Impact, it happened with Antz and A Bug's Life, and now it has…

The Lego Movie (2014)

I almost gave The Lego Movie 10/10. In fact, as I write this review I am still wondering just why it's not getting a perfect score, because I can't think of any faults. I guess the very nature of the film dictates that some of the frantic…