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Silent Hill dir. by

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The phrase, based on a computer game don’t really inspire much confidence do they? And I’ve never played Silent Hill, but, you know, a creepy film. Sean Bean. Its free. I figured I’ll give it a go, despite the many bad write ups. And I’m glad I did, because while it was far from perfect it was still an entertaining,

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The Dark [based on book] by dir. by

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With atmospheric camera work over waves the opening credits of this film make way for Adele and her daughter Sarah as they drive through a remote part of Wales, looking for Sarah’s father’s house. They arrived early, and are now quite lost. Even forced to spending the night in the car when night falls and the car gets stuck in

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Troy [based on book] by dir. by

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based on poem by Homer So the Iliad up on the big screen. The most expensive film ever made. Bound to be rubbish right? Well it isn’t great, but it is far from bad. The films opens with a brief history lesson; with an outline of the political situation in the Ancient World, letting the audience know who is who,

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The Island dir. by

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This could have been a really interesting film, a proper sci-fi film that raises questions, that asks about society and what we believe in. Opening with Lincoln Six Echo on a boat, this film looks fantastic. Glossy, bright, cinematic and impressive, but everything that is good about this film is limited to the surface, but what else did I expect

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