The Impossible (2012)

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I have to say that one of my favourite genres has to be the disaster movies, so it came as no surprise that I just had to watch The Impossible.

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Top 10 Indie Movies Of 2012

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As the title suggests, if we are asked what an Indie movie is, we will simply define it as the production of the independent film company that gets limited release. Yes, that is what an indie film is, but you can clearly distinguish from other commercial films by their content, style and artistic vision.

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Movie Review: The Dark Knight Rises

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Running time: 162 minutes 

Director Christopher Nolan commenced his Bruce Wayne’s stories in 2005 with BATMAN BEGINS, and then in 2008 his successful second in THE DARK KNIGHT and now concludes the trilogy with THE DARK KNIGHT RISES. 

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Movie Review: The Amazing Spider-Man (2012)

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Our web-slinging hero is back on the big screens as The Amazing Spider-Man hits the cinemas across the country. With more web than Google, Peter Parker returns in one of the summer blockbusters of 2012.

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Movie Review: Prometheus (2012)

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Prometheus garnered much hype in part due to it being labelled as a prequel to the Alien franchise. With that hype I was equally excited to see what the movie had in store. However, director Ridley Scott does clarify that this is not a direct prequel to Alien (1979) although it does happen in the same universe.

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Movie Review: Transformers: Dark of the Moon

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Michael Bay returns in the third and final movie in the Transformers series, Transformers: Dark of the Moon. No summer holiday is complete without a big blockbuster of a movie, and this movie is certainly that.

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Movie Review – Fast Five (2011)

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Why is that we always get sucked into sequels. No matter which movie it is, we just can’t seem to get over the urge to go and watch it, and it’s no different in the latest of the Fast & The Furious franchise, Fast Five.

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Movie Review – Skyline (2010)

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With a relatively unknown cast it was interesting to see what Skyline had to offer other than a standard alien invasion movie. Planned as a series of movies, Skyline is the first of many (depending on the box office returns of course) which puts you right in the middle of the action.

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Despicable Me (2010) Movie Review

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After the success of the summer blockbuster Toy Story 3, comes the equally impressive Despicable Me from the studios of Universal Pictures. It seems super-villains are the in thing, as DreamWorks Megamind is hot on the trails of Despicable Me.

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Movie Review – Paranormal Activity 2 (2010)

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I really do hate movies like these, because they tend to give me endless sleepless nights. Why you may ask? Well because if it’s one genre that scares me, then it’s definitely this paranormal one. Vampire, Werewolves, blood and gore no problem, but ghosts and ghouls? No thanks!

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