July (2014)


Dawn Of The Planet Of The Apes, 11/07/14

Dawn Of The Planet Of The Apes - Title

After the hugely successful 2011 franchise reboot, Matt Reeves (Cloverfield) steps into the director’s chair to deliver a much darker and potentially even more impressive sequel, featuring another outstanding performance from Andy Serkis (King Kong) as Caesar.

Review coming soon.

4 Stars


Boyhood, 11/07/14

Boyhood - Title

A phenomenal directing achievement from Richard Linklater (School Of Rock) that treads somewhere in-between full blown masterpiece, and an overlong artsy affair. Ethan Hawke (Before Midnight) and Patricia Arquette (True Romance) are fantastic either way though.

Review coming soon.

4 Stars


Sex Tape, 18/07/14

Sex Tape - Title

Jake Kasdan (Orange County) helms this weak comedy that desperately wants to be adult and raunchy – despite being better off as a PG-13 affair. Cameron Diaz (Bad Teacher) continues her run of misfires in a role that feels like nothing more than a quick pay check.

Review coming soon.

1.5 Stars


Lucy, 25/07/14

Lucy - Title

Action-packed and completely ludicrous, Lucy never lets itself get bogged down by drama – or any real story at all for that matter. Scarlett Johansson (The Winter Solider) turns in another impressive lead performance and the visuals are great, but the rest is weak.

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2.5 Stars


Hercules, 25/07/14

Hercules - Title

Brett Ratner (X-Men: The Last Stand) directs this uninspired and often dull interpretation of the Hercules myth that’s still a million times better than The Legend Of Hercules. Dwayne Johnson (Fast Five) adds energy to the lead role, but there’s nothing new here.

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2 Stars


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