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The highly anticipated release of MacFarlane's Ted will delight fans of Family Guy style black humour, but suffers from a subplot which doesn't produce huge laughs.
Seeking a Friend for the End of the World movie review
With the premise of a giant asteroid heading towards Earth, the unlikely pairing of Steve Carell and Keira Knightley sees Seeking a Friend for the End of the World fall a little flat of what is expected when it comes to ... Read more
The Five-Year Engagement review - Jason Segel shines with natural comedic charm
The Five-Year Engagement manages to be both funny and charming in equal measures, with Jason Segel stealing the show in this witty and romantic comedy.... Read more
Snow White And The Huntsman review: Kristen Stewart and Charlize Theron vamp it up
Penned as a 'breathtaking new vision of a legendary tale,' Snow White and the Huntsman lives up to its tagline in style and aesthetic impression, but suffers from a slightly loose and confused narrative.... Read more
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Jeff Who Lives At Home review
Jeff Who Lives At Home is the new movie from the Duplass brothers, the designated drivers of the Mumblecore movement, and it succeeds in delivering an emotionally rewarding cinematic journey.
Juan Of The Dead review - Alexis Diaz de Villegas stars as supreme Slacker survivor
Juan Of The Dead succeeds with imaginative zombie killing set pieces, but also scores large with the satirical bite it aims at Castro and his crumbing regime.
Haywire movie review - Soderbergh lacks style and substance
Haywire is Steven Soderbergh's 25th feature as director, and the story follow's a globe trotting former Marine on a mission to clear her name and flush out a double agent.
Big Miracle movie review
This is an adventure rescue story about whales, native Alaskans, news reporters, tree-huggers, politicians, oil executives and seafaring Russians.
Worlds Apart film review
Worlds Apart is fast-paced and revealing and each moment that captures a human tragedy paints a picture of politics at its most inhumane.
Best Film Releases for 2012
It’s been a year of sequels and prequels and no doubt, 2012 will be full of them too. We at Purple Revolver take a look at some of the most exciting film releases we can look forward to for 2012.
The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo movie review
This is a compelling murder mystery set in the heart of one of the most dysfunctional families in cinematic history, all of whom seem quite normal compared to the girl with the dragon tattoo. She is totally bizarre but a
Young Adult movie review
This is a dark comedy starring a truly dysfunctional heroine and is a perfect addition to the litany of Bad Girl movies that have hit our screens this year. As long as you can put up with yet another Pretty Girl befrien
The Iron Lady review
Relevance and truth are sacrificed in the name of the upcoming Oscars and what we actually get is Meryl Streep playing a role Helen Mirren was born for.
The Artist Movie review
This silent movie seems self-indulgent, pretentious and has a serious case of the Emperor’s New Clothes.
Thinking Film Club: movies and discussion in Liverpool
The Thinking Film Club aims to give the audience a relaxed platform to discuss modern film with fellow film lovers.
Happy Feet 2 Movie Review
The visuals are spectacular (if you like 2½ D), and most of the music will have you dancing in your seat, but the story is dismal and the characters drag us from one non-event to another
Small Voices: The Stories of Cambodia's Children movie review
Their tales are desperately sad but these charming little ones have so much hope their stories are uplifting and they enchant us right to the very end.
Margin Call movie review
Eric is ‘let go’ by the Wall Street firm where he has worked for 17 years.
What's Your Number? movie review
This uninspiring romantic comedy plods from one superficial moment to the next, telling us nothing we haven’t been told before and showing us nothing we haven’t seen. The concept is weak, the humor banal and the lea