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Saw: The Final Chatper

After 7 movies and 52 traps, Saw comes to a halt with The Final Chapter. As Jigsaw’s last remaining accomplice is revealed, we ask if we’ve really seen the last of the traps. More…

Saw: The Final Chatper
The American

Tense and breathtakingly minimalist, The American, based on the novel A Very Private Gentleman, is a great example of masterful storytelling and filmmaking. More…

The American
Rabbit Hole

In Rabbit Hole, Nicole Kidman plays a grieving mother who becomes enthralled with the idea that there could be another version of herself who’s having a better time. More…

Rabbit Hole
Brighton Rock

Rowan Joffe’s re-adaptation of Graham Greene’s 1939 novel Brigthon Rock is set in 1964, where a soulless young man crosses paths with a young woman desperate for love. More…

Brighton Rock
True Grit

The Coen Brothers shake the dust off Charles Portis’ True Grit with their own retelling starring Jeff Bridges, Matt Damon and Hailee Steinfeld as 14-year-old Mattie Ross. More…

True Grit
Paul

In a world where sci-fi movies have started to take themselves a bit too seriously, a little alien arrives to shake things up and show us the universe in a nutshell. More…

Paul
The Voyage of the Dawn Treader

In the age where stories seldom stay on the pages they’re printed on, The Voyage of the Dawn Treader was the last of 2010’s big screen adaptations, now on DVD. More…

The Voyage of the Dawn Treader
TRON: Legacy

TRON: Legacy is visually stunning with a great soundtrack, but its story is wasted on trivial matters when it should be, as Flynn says, trying to reshape the human condition. More…

TRON: Legacy
My Soul To Take

Wes Craven returns as writer and director for the teen slasher My Soul To Take, introducing us to the Riverton Ripper and the unlucky seven he’s going to kill! More…

My Soul To Take
Buried

A masterpiece of storytelling and cinematography, Buried is out now on DVD and Blu-ray. We checked out the release which we think has everything a classic needs. More…

Buried
The Social Network

Brilliantly told, Fincher’s The Social Network is the story of Facebook’s early days and ensuing legal battle with founder Mark Zuckerberg & CFO Eduardo Saverin. More…

The Social Network
Adam

There are not that many films that deal with Aspergers Syndrome, but for one to handle it with such an open, sensitive and positive approach is rare. Adam is such a film. More…

Adam
Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps

Oliver Stone’s Wall Street (1987) first introduced us to Gordon Gekko and his “Greed is good” line. Now in a new era, greed is not only good, it’s also legal. More…

Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps
Devil

M. Night Shyamalan’s Devil. “Be sober, be vigilant; because your adversary the devil walks about like a roaring lion, seeking whom he may devour.” 1 Peter 5:8 More…

Devil
Solitary Man

Once-successful car dealer Ben Kalmen (Michael Douglas) is forced to re-assess his life after a serious of bad decisions pile up and leave him a broken man. More…

Solitary Man

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