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Lets be honest, the original Transformers trilogy was a pile of tripey rubbish for the most part. Not only were most of the lines in it screamed but half the scripts were people calling out other peoples names. Not only that but not one had a coherent plot to stand behind. The closest to a decent film was the original and even that sucked the life out of most viewers. That’s what makes it so surprising that Age of Extinction avoids the usual problems and actually turns out to be one hell of a fun ride. The film ... Read full review »
There are many films that chronicle the journey of multiple couples from the first date to something meaningful and important, in fact this year started with one, That Awkward Moment, and while that film was less about the relationships and more about the idea that friendship doesn’t have to inhibit them, About Last Night is more about the pitfalls and joys of the journey itself and while sometimes the film relies a little too heavily on its comedy it has just enough catharsis to make the wild ride worth while. About ... Read full review »