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Sunday night movie: “Independence Day”

With a sequel on its way after 20 years, we take a look at the original ”Independence Day” from 1996. This film is the essence of being a summer blockbuster, and it still holds up well to this day. Not quite as awesome as we remember it, but this is still very entertaining. Continue reading

Sunday movie review: ‘Zoolander’

This movie is exactly what you would expect for a satire of the fashion industry, but it is a funny and entertaining film. The plot is straightforward, but surprisingly holds up well after 15 years, and most of the beats can be seen miles away. Yet this is a comedy and you get exactly what you pay for here. With a sequel to be released this February, we take a look at where it all began… Continue reading

Sunday movie review: ‘Thor’

If this movie was made by any other director with any other cast, then it would have been dumb and silly. Fortunately, the talent on board here makes this movie very entertaining and with a lot of heart. It is basically a story of how Thor becomes humble, at the expense of a lot of other people and buildings, but it is a lesson learned and worth watching. Especially when you see this group of actors delivering their lines so perfectly given the source material. Continue reading

Sunday movie review: “22 Jump Street”

This hilarious sequel to the 2012 film features Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum doing exactly what you would expect from such a self-aware franchise, and the film is all the funnier for it. The story is familiar territory and some of the gags are too, yet it never becomes repetitive or over the top. This is exactly what we want to see and the movie knows this all too well. Continue reading

Sunday movie review: “Star Wars”

More than a decade since the last movie was in cinemas, we head back to a galaxy far, far away. This latest film features characters both old and new stand against an evil power rising in the wake of a fallen Empire. Does this latest instalment weave itself seamlessly in to the hearts of a new generation? Or is it an old story we have seen before with a little extra polish? Continue reading

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