REVIEW: The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy (2005)

Arthur Dent (Martin Freeman) is rescued from the imminent destruction of the planet Earth by his best friend and - unbeknownst to Arthur - alien researcher Ford Prefect (Mos Def). Together they are thrown out of the airlock of a Vogon construction ship, rescued by Ford's semi-cousin Zaphod Beeblebrox (Sam Rockwell) and Arthur's former acquaintance ...

REVIEW: Annihilation (2018)

Lena (Natalie Portman) is a biologist and former soldier whose husband Kane (Oscar Isaac) vanished on a classified assignment. When he unexpectedly returns home suffering from a critical illness, Lena is dragged into his final mission: to infiltrate a mysterious environment known as "the Shimmer", an expanding zone where the rules of nature no longer ...

REVIEW: The Endless (2017)

Brothers Justin (Justin Benson) and Aaron (Aaron Moorhead) once escaped from what Justin described as a 'UFO death cult'. Several years later they are barely making a living as cleaners in the city when they receive an old videotape in the mail. On the tape they find a message from the cult, farewelling them before ...

REVIEW: Appaloosa (2008)

Hired gun Virgil Cole (Ed Harris) is hired by the people of Appaloosa, New Mexico - along with his partner Everett Hitch (Viggo Mortensen) - to protect the community from the nearby rancher Randall Bragg (Jeremy Irons). While his war with Bragg escalates, Cole also romances the newly arrived piano player Allie French (Renée Zellweger). ...

REVIEW: Democrats (2014)

In 2008, and following a controversial election in which long-running President Robert Mugabe was re-elected to lead Zimbabwe, both government and opposition meet to draft a new and democratic constitution for the country. The process is depicted through the eyes of two men on opposite ends of the political spectrum, both of whom have been ...

REVIEW: Thor: Ragnarok (2017)

The Norse God Thor (Chris Hemsworth) goes on the hunt to find his missing father Odin (Anthony Hopkins), only to meet an evil sister he never knew he had (Cate Blanchett), get thrown halfway across the universe to a junk planet ruled by an eccentric immortal (Jeff Goldblum), and be forced into the arena to ...

REVIEW: Bloody Milk (2017)

Pierre Chavanges (Swann Arlaud) operates a small, independent dairy farm. He works with a small herd, handling each of his cows with care and dedication. When hemorrhagic fever begins striking farms to the north, he fears it will affect his herd. When one of his cows does fall in, Pierre goes to extreme lengths to ...

REVIEW: Twister (1996)

Dr Jo Harding (Helen Hunt) is an Oklahoma meteorologist who has dedicated her career to chasing down and measuring tornadoes. On the day she and her team are set to test their revolutionary recording system, nicknamed "Dorothy", Jo is met by her estranged husband Bill (Bill Paxton) who has come to force her to sign ...

REVIEW: Street Fighter (1994)

'You come here prepared to fight a madman,' says the evil General M. Bison, 'and instead you found a god!' Well, not a god exactly. What Colonel Guile (Jean-Claude Van Damme) does find is one of the most blindingly and hilariously awful feature films of living memory. Released in 1994, Steven E. De Souza's action ...

REVIEW: Number One (2017)

Emmanuelle Blachey (Emmanuelle Devos) sits on the board of directors of a major French energy corporation. She is approached by an influential feminist lobby group, who ask her to campaign to become the CEO of France's largest water company. It would make her the first female CEO of a top 40 French corporation, but a ...

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