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The Wolf of Wall Street (Martin Scorsese, 2013, USA)

Jordan Belfort (DiCaprio) leads us through the dark cruel world that is Wall Street and all the bloodsucking parasites that live their plus their taste in exotica in endless parties, drugs and booze, in what is perhaps DiCaprio’s best performance to date. The humour is crude, dark and outrageously funny, this film is ...


American Hustle (David O. Russell, 2013, USA)

American Hustle follows two con artists as they play with the FBI, Politicians and the Mob. The film wanted to get pass, and took a long time to, the tedious backstory of our characters, but once pass them the film just couldn’t bring it together to meet its potential. It used it strength from its cast most ...


12 Years A Slave (Steve McQueen, 2013, USA)

12 Years A Slave is a very good film, that is a certainty. But I will not go further and say the film is brilliant because despite it being a high and mighty achievement in film, it falls short of its potential. The first hour or so of the film felt flat and a rather bit two dimensional, the second hour was far better ...


The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug (Peter Jackson, 2013, USA)

Remember all the things that made you love The Lord Of The Rings? Remember the excitement of when you found out Peter Jackson would direct The Hobbit? How could it possibly go wrong? And yet they’ve managed it. The Hobbit: The Desolation Of Smaug, like it’s predecessor lives only in a dark shadow of The Lord Of ...



Winner: Stephen Key Congratulations Stephen!! "Are you the type of person who would do anything to go into space? Neither am I, but for those who do Gravity is a film that, for the first ten minutes, seems like the next best thing. The rest is a disaster film as Ryan Stone (Sandra Bullock) & Matt Kowalski (George ...