Category: DVDs

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DVD: Widows

Let’s be brutally honest here, with a little bit more focus and a hell of a lot of editing, Widows could have been a great 90-minute heist film with a twist. But sadly this...

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DVD: Hunter KIller

Sailing a “Hunter Killer” fathoms under the water in unchartered territory beneath the Arctic ocean proves that avoiding war is sometimes more challenging than pulling the trigger. Gerard Butler calmly executes his unwavering dedication...

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DVD: Born Racer

Born Racer is a documentary not so much about Scott Dixon but rather is a documentary about the death-defying sport of Indy racing with Scott as the central focus. The documentary follows Dixon’s 2017...

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DVD: Bad Times at the El Royale

The trailer for Bad Times at the El Royale had so much promise, that I was quietly excited when the disc arrived, that excitement, however, was quickly extinguished. Whilst Bad Times at the El...

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DVD: Venom

Was there ever going to be a way to make a film as cheesy as Venom anything more than an action comedy rather than something that would seamlessly fit into the Marvel Cinematic Universe?...

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DVD: The Darkest Minds

We were essentially promised a teenage X-men film, but what Darkest Minds delivers is a hodgepodge of stolen ideas from many other teen lit films and superheroes movies, that in more capable hands might...

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DVD: Bohemian Rhapsody

Rami Malek delivers a kind of magic in his performance as Freddie Mercury in Bohemian Rhapsody. As a foot-stomping celebration of Queen, their music and their extraordinary lead singer Freddie Mercury, which is what...

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DVD: Seal Team Season One

I’m not sure what it is with Seal Team, maybe I’m just not gung-ho patriotic enough or maybe I just can’t see David Boreanaz outside of his role in Bones, whatever it is, Seal...

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DVD: The Resident Season One

The Resident is a friendly Medical Drama with characters that are easy to relate to and to know who is supposed to be good and bad. It ticks all the right entertainment boxes with...

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DVD: Generation Wealth

What promised to be a look at social issues surrounding an excess of wealth in America, actually turned out to be more of a retrospective look at director Lauren Greenfield’s own portfolio of work...