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  • Troll

    Troll

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    Troll is a large-scale, big-time monster movie that will leave you thoroughly entertained. It doesn’t particularly move the needle forward in the genre it belongs to, what it needs to at the core of everything it does very well. Troll should also be commended for its environmentalist ethos.

    In an era where even multi-million dollar Marvel movies are faltering on VFX, Troll stands tall with a lower budget.

  • The Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special

    The Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special

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    Best MCU Project Since End Game.

    It’s remarkable how this special episode proves to be a great prologue for the third film. Gunn manages to make it into a feel-good Christmas film with complete character arcs. The 44-minute run time is perfect for a thin premise.

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  • Army of Thieves

    Army of Thieves

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    It is a thoroughly enthralling adventure of one awkward nice guy finding new friends, maybe a lover, and pursuing his greatest passion: cracking safes.

    The film benefited from SchweighΓΆfer’s sense of comedic timing and extremely pleasing visual aesthetic, thanks to DP Bernhard Jasper’s agile camerawork and bold use of saturated color. Army of Thieves is shot beautifully, making great use of European locations both in cities and sprawling, outdoor landscapes. The jaunty score by Hans Zimmer and Steve Mazzaro that…

  • Dune

    Dune

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    THE DEFINITIVE IMAX FILM.

    It's one of those once in a blue moon type movies. Denis Villeneuve’s vision is evident in every frame. Here is a director who can finally realise the ambition of Herbert's epic, which has long been considered β€œunfilmable” a point proven by disappointing and forgettable attempts on both the big and small screens in the past. It helps if you've read the books, but it's not essential given how screenwriters making the dense story more accessible.…