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The Dark Knight   9/02/08
by Darth Stujitzu
I loved the film, but as stated there were a few minor niggles.

Hellboy II: The Golden Army   9/02/08
by Darth Stujitzu
I might seem to be a little harsh, but I was hugely disappointed in the film, Del Toro has been a director who's work has constantly hit the heights, but Hellboy 2 never really seems to get going, it seems to be constantly pulled in different directions and has no real sense of purpose or sense of i...

Doomsday   9/02/08
by Darth Stujitzu
In short its a film of little homages to the previous mentioned films, high on style but low on substance.

Gone Baby Gone   6/15/08
by Darth Stujitzu
After watching the film, my first reaction was that it wasn't a bad film by a first time director, it kept me involved throughout and most of the performances were fine.

Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull   5/24/08
by Darth Stujitzu
Its been a long wait, and it still delivers, but not quite as much as I had hoped for, perhaps like Indy himself, it's time to hang up the hat on this particular franchise.

Cloverfield   5/24/08
by Darth Stujitzu
Cloverfield is an intresting and slick production, not that you would expect anything else with JJ's name attached, and for once it was one of those big summer blockbusters that actually came close to living up to the hype bestowed upon it.

Iron Man   5/22/08
by Darth Stujitzu
There is nothing outstanding on offer, it was somewhat of a gamble to cast Robert Downey Jnr, but he doesn't let the side down, and indeed provides one of the more wry comedic performances of recent years.

88 Minutes   5/22/08
by Darth Stujitzu
Pacino is surrounded by a young cast of familiar faces, although most of them are never allowed to really develop as characters in the film, as the director is obviously of the school of thought, that directing the camera in their direction and making them look twitchy counts as intelligent & suspen...

The Bridge   4/26/08
by Darth Stujitzu
This is an intelligent and compassionate attempt to spark lively debate on a taboo subject, it will not be to everyone's taste, but its a haunting piece of filmmaking that has never really left me, indeed any time I see the Golden Gate Bridge it reminds me of the film and the sadness I felt after wa...

I Am Legend   4/24/08
by Darth Stujitzu
Will Smith gives a very decent performance of a driven man who's conviction and loneliness has driven him to the edge of sanity, but I found it nigh on impossible to feel any real sense of dread or danger at the cartoon baddies.


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