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LONDON 2015 – Truth (2015)

In 2004, US news programme 60 Minutes broadcast a report casting doubt about George W. Bush’s career in the Air National Guard during the 1970s.  What followed was a stirring controversy not of the then-President’s military career, but of…

Movie 43 (2013)

I'm not crediting everyone individually here, because it would just take too long, but Movie 43 puts together a decent list of names both behind and in front of the camera. It's a comedy movie made up of sketches, connected by a framing…

The Long Riders (1980)

The Western from director Walter Hill that most people remember as "the film with all of the acting brothers in it", The Long Riders should never be mistaken for just a movie with a good gimmick. In fact, the casting is more of an inspired…

Soul Surfer (2011)

This is based on the inspirational true story of Bethany Hamilton who at thirteen years old was involved in a shark attack and consequently lost one of her arms. Bethany grew up in Hawaii with surfer parents and brothers and was born to…

Soul Surfer Clip

Soul Surfer is the inspiring true story of teen surfer Bethany Hamilton, who lost her arm in a shark attack and courageously overcame all odds to become a champion again, through her sheer determination and unwavering faith.  The film…

Legion (2010)

Scott Stewart’s Legion is a shockingly palatable filmic experience, especially given the heated critical hatred the movie inspired earlier this year. The movie was trashed by reviewers across the globe, and its box-office totals weren’t…

Legion (2010)

Director Scott Stewart (who also had a hand in writing the script) brings us a fun, lively action horror movie about a diner besieged by possessed people who want to ensure the death of a yet-to-be-born child and subsequently spur on the…

G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra (2009)

I love crazy action movies. Strangely, however, that does not extend to James Bond movies, in which I tend to think that both the action and the characters are simultaneously too silly and not silly enough. Their particular stylistic…