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‘Downsizing’ can’t find the intrigue in its own story

4/10 Downsizing has some big ideas, but it can’t convert its passive protagonist into a more interesting movie. In an attempt to save the human race from extinction while reducing the catastrophic effect we have on the planet, scientist Jørgen … Continue reading

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INDEPENDENCE DAY EXTRAVAGANZA: Everything you need to know about the movies that couldn’t beat a three-week old cartoon about a talking fish

  It’s actually nowhere near as bad as we first thought. 2016 has been bad enough to finally cause Hollywood to re-examine the sequel-based business model, but this is the single weekend everyone will be pointing to. The biggest weekend … Continue reading

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Spectre an odd, somber Bond film

Spectre may be one of the most self-hating movies ever made. It’s still an action adventure, it’s still 007, but it doesn’t really enjoy being that way — and somehow, it’s not a bad thing. The 24th 007 movie sees James … Continue reading

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