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What separates humans from machines? This is the question the 2015 British film Ex Machina tries to answer - or atleast give you more to think about. While definitely not a unique idea, it does approach it in an interesting and refreshing way. I give it a solid four out of five stars. Despite not including what you would call ‘big name stars’, Ex Machina has shown itself to be an interesting tale that will keep you in your seats - and perhaps on the edge of them - throughout the entire film. Obviously its ‘R’ ... Read full review »
The keyword with the sequel to Marvel’s The Avengers is “more.” Director Joss Whedon throws more superheroes, more baddies, more explosion and more comedic jabs at the screen than he ever has before. In other words, it’s more of the same in how it delivers on what you’d expect from a superhero summer blockbuster. The good news is that while it still cranks up the special effects and silly one-liner, the running time has been extended to allow for much more character development than you’d expect from a film that has to juggle so many heroes. ... Read full review »