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Joe Viglione

Sabotaging since 7 Jul 2011

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The Beach Boys: Good Vibrations Tour Given New Life By Brilliant DVD

The Beach Boys are one of the coolest bands of all time and a new DVD of the original line up in their heyday illustrates just why.

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Behind The Candelabra: Soderbergh’s Liberace Biopic Fails To Reach It’s Potential

While not a complete misfire, Soderbergh’s portrayal of the flamboyant pianist doesn’t reach its potential.

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After Earth: Will & Jaden Smith’s Sci-Fi Double Act Isn’t As Bad As The Critics Say

The reviews are in and the critics are panning Will Smith’s latest sci-fi outing, but don’t listen to the nay sayers, this could be his best performance yet.

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Hitchcock: Hopkins Misses The Mark As Mirren Saves The Day

The ‘Master of Suspense’ is in vogue again 32 years after his death but is there really any joy to be had attempting to channel him?

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Some Girls: Live in Texas ’78 – Rock N’ Roll At Its Finest

A great reminder of the true magic that the group produced at the tail end of their golden age.

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Flight: Taking Drugs And Flying Planes

Zemeckis’ latest offering will have you grasped to your seat and is one you’ll have to see more than once at the Cinema.

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Premium Rush Reviewed: A Ride From Hell

David Koepp’s latest release follows the story of a depraved bicycle messenger pursued through the streets of New York by a dirty cop who wants one of his envelopes.

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Total Recall: Farrell Shines As Biel & Beckinsale Flop

The original version is a cult classic, and despite the performance of Farrell as Hauser, there would’ve have been much more fun to be had if they’d just made a bloody sequel…

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The Dark Knight, James Holmes & Why The Second Amendment Is Obsolete

The massacre in Aurora has raised questions about the right to bear arms and why Hollywood needs to move away from its violence-obsessed state…

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The Dark Knight Rises Reviewed: The Legend Ends, But Not As We’d Hoped

The waiting is over, the hype reached fever pitch, the expectation levels higher than on any other film in recent memory. The verdict? Alas, The Dark Knight Rises just doesn’t stand up to the previous two…

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Magic Mike Reviewed: Bikini Beach Meets Dirty Dancing

Full of flesh, fun and friendship; Magic Mike is the perfect summer film. With a stellar cast and Steven Soderbergh at the helm, it’s set to be a smash…

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The Amazing Spiderman: It’s Spidey Through The Looking Glass

Derided in some circles as a needless reboot, The Amazing Spiderman is a fresh and exciting take inspired by the ‘What If’ Marvel Comic books which cast their superheroes into parallel universes.

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Men In Black III: Will Smith Establishes Himself As The Man

The third instalment of the franchise hits the multiplexes shortly, here’s why no one beats the Fresh Prince at Sci Fi movies…

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Dark Shadows Reviewed: Burton’s Sacrificed Artistry For Financial Success

He did it with Planet Of The Apes, he did it with Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, he did it with Alice In Wonderland, and now he’s done it with Dark Shadows. Fun? Sure. Timeless? Not even close.

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The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo: Like Se7en In Slo-Mo

Director David Fincher has adapted a much-loved book into a whodunit homage to Hitchcock. It is the perfect antidote to the high-paced action fare on our screens this Christmas.

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Mission Impossible 4: The Classic Spy Thriller That Out-Bonds Bond

Tom Cruise returns as Ethan Hunt in a classic spy thriller that will leave you shaken and stirred. It’s the best James Bond film in a long, long time.

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Forget Twilight, This Is The Greatest Vampire Film Of All-Time

If you haven’t seen the 1931 classic starring Bela Lugosi you definitely should, but did you know that a Spanish version was filmed at the same time using the same props? Fangtastic…

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The Thing Reviewed: Sequel Or Remake?

It boasts the same title as John Carpenter’s 1982 classic, but is the 21st century ‘The Thing’ magical or monotonous?

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Captain America Reviewed: A Liberty-Taking Feast For The Fanboys

They may take a few liberties with just how super he is but Captain America: The First Avenger has everything you’d want from an origin story.

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