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Sunday night movies

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Sunday Night Movies: “Arrival”

This Sunday we take a look at the newly released sci-fi film “Arrival” staring Amy Adams and Jeremy Renner. Is it just another alien invasion story, or something more? Continue reading

Sunday Night Movies: “Team America – World Police”

A brilliantly hilarious and entertaining satire on big budget Hollywood summer blockbusters. Matt Stone and Trey Parker pull no punches as they make fun of everything and everyone. Not only a great film in its own right, but full of sharp wit and childish humour to keep you laughing non-stop. Continue reading

Sunday Night Movies: “Captain America – The Winter Soldier”

This sequel to “Captain America – The First Avenger” does everything better than its predecessor. The action is better and even the conspiracy theory remains interesting (albeit predictable). Chris Evans excels in this role along with every other actor in the film. A far more interesting and mature film than any other Marvel story going. This sequel to “Captain America – The First Avenger” does everything better than its predecessor. The action is better and even the conspiracy theory remains interesting (albeit predictable). Chris Evans excels in this role along with every other actor in the film. A far more interesting and mature film than any other Marvel story going. Continue reading

Sunday Night Movies: “Batman v Superman – Dawn of Justice”

In this quasi-sequel to “Man of Steel” we examine the consequences of the Battle of Metropolis. Both Batman and Superman are at odds with what happened, and the film fortunately never gives us a right or wrong answer, instead opting for an examination of both these heroes and their views. This is a good film and solid entertainment. Some parts are at odds for those who are not familiar with the comics, yet it does not detract from the overall experience. Continue reading

Sunday Night Movies: “10 Cloverfield Lane”

In this sequel (yes, it is) to 2008’s sci-fi horror “Cloverfield”, Mary Elizabeth Winstead finds herself trapped by John Goodman. We are never quite sure if things are really the way they appear until the final moments of the movie, when the tension finally boils over. Continue reading