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You’d be forgiven for thinking that Starship Troopers, Paul Verhoeven’s 1997 sci-fi satire of both militarism and fascism, was always supposed to be so ridiculous. If the concept of a group of galaxy trotting Space Marines battling overgrown cockroaches wasn’t enough to make you snicker, then the over-the-top, in your […]

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After a prolonged absence, Adrian (Cory Michael Smith) makes it back to his Texas hometown to spend Christmas with his family. His parents are Christian Conservatives struggling to reconcile with the wider world around them, while his younger brother cannot shake the fact that he feels separate from the church, […]

The post 1985: Review appeared first on film reviews, interviews & features | BRWC.

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For one reason or another, not every attempt at a film franchise is successful, but there is a story behind every failure. Writing under the name Lemony Snicket, Daniel Handler’s A Series of Unfortunate Events series is bleak from the start, where the three Baudelaire children, Violet, Klaus and Sunny, are […]

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Okay, okay. Calm down. We’ll do this one first, shall we? Ahem… Avengers 4 trailer, people! There’s an Avengers 4 trailer! Watch it here. Get excited. Do whatever it is you will do! The Avengers 4 trailer has finally arrived. At this point you’re either behind the MCU or you’ve […]

The post Weekly Round Up: Endgame, Brie Larson, Emma Stone appeared first on film reviews, interviews & features | BRWC.

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As child of the 80s I grew up with Transformers. I don’t mean in the sense that they raised me or anything but there was a time when my wallpaper, duvet cover, pyjamas and shoe laces were covered in Generation 1 figures. Jump ahead twenty years and I was sat […]

The post The BRWC Review: Bumblebee appeared first on film reviews, interviews & features | BRWC.

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I was not at all prepared for this film!  I was aware of the running time being just shy of 4 hours, I was aware of the awards it won in its native country of China, and I was aware of the tragedy that surrounded the production. What I was […]

The post An Elephant Standing Still: Review appeared first on film reviews, interviews & features | BRWC.

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Dan Duvall was a relative unknown until he hit Twitter… and started using those 140 characters in the smartest and silliest way possible. The result? A documentary on his journey from cashier to comedian. Funny Tweets, out now from Virgil Films, features interviews with others- like Andy Richter – who […]

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17 Iconic Laundrette Moments From The Media As we keep the Walker family in our thoughts during the fifth anniversary of actor Paul Walker’s death, Virgil Films has released a brand-new clip from I AM PAUL WALKER (out today on VOD) featuring Cody Walker and others close to the “Fast […]

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An old man walks into a bank and asks to open an account. When asked what kind of account he would like to open, he shows the manager his weapon. All those who have come into contact with the titular Old Man agree he is a gentleman, and none can […]

The post The Old Man And The Gun: The BRWC Review appeared first on film reviews, interviews & features | BRWC.

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Critically acclaimed British artist M.I.A. rose to fame on the back of international hit-singles Paper Planes and Bad Girls. Sixteen years after breaking out onto the music scene, MATANGI / MAYA / M.I.A., a highly anticipated documentary, lifts the lid on Maya “M.I.A.” Arulpragasam’s extraordinary life and musical journey from […]

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