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Public Franchise

Public Enemies

A Michael Mann film - and by that I mean a 1930s mix between Collateral Damage and Miami Vice. Baffled? You may well be. The movie said a lot, but in the end, it's easy not to care.

T4 - Salvaged

Terminator Salvation

Still drooling over T2? Pining for Cameron to be back? Then this may not be for you, for everyone else, there’s a highly entertaining summer action blockbuster that won’t let you down. 

A Fighting Chance

Fighting

Not as adventurous as Fight Club - and lacking a ‘based on a true story’ tag line - inevitably means Fighting isn’t anything new or awe inspiring. But it turned out to be OK!

Star Trek Rules

Zachary Quinto - Star Trek

I must state for the record that I’ve never been a Trekkie and never watched the original '70s series regularly, although I did enjoy the odd episode. To some that makes me unqualified to write a review of Star Trek. To others I’m the perfect candidate.

Two L.vers Worth Seeing

Paltrow and Phoenix in Two Lovers

So do you take the chance to see Joaquin Phoenix for the last time on the big screen, now that he's quit Hollywood? Yes. After all you get Gwyneth Paltrow thrown in too!

Flash of Drive and Determination

Flash of Genius

What better reason to visit the cinema than to watch Flash of Genius. A feel-good movie about an underdog taking on the might of the American car makers, based on a true story. And yes, I do love a true story!

Jean-Claude Van Damme Bolts (Upward)

JCVD

This week it’s the return of animation and Jean-Claude Van Damme on DVD. I did warn you that the award-nominated film releases were over! But that's not a reason to stay away from either of these films.

Doubt and the Case of Benjamin Button

The Curious Case of Benjamin Button

It's your last week to catch award-nominated films on the big screen before we gear down for the next few months. On offering this week is The Curious Case of Benjamin Button (TCCBB) and Doubt. For any occasion, you can’t go wrong with either one.

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Two L.vers Worth Seeing

So do you take the chance to see Joaquin Phoenix for the last time on the big screen, now that he's quit Hollywood? Yes. After all you get Gwyneth Paltrow thrown in too!

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