Archive for May, 2014

‘Filth’ gets down and dirty – ‘Filth’ is the film adaptation of Irvine Welsh’s 1998 novel about a callous cop who’s willing to do anything for a promotion he believes will save his family, featuring a stunning James McAvoy in the lead role. http://ow.ly/2HiXEs

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‘The Grand Seduction’ is filled with delightful intrigue – ‘The Grand Seduction’ is an enchanting comedy about a small village’s attempt to beguile a young doctor into staying on permanently by fabricating an elaborate web of lies. http://ow.ly/2Hi8FM

‘Cabin Fever 3: Patient Zero’ oozes apart by the end – In ‘Cabin Fever 3: Patient Zero,’ the flesh-eating virus shows up uninvited to an intimate bachelor party that inadvertently takes place on a secluded island occupied by a secret research lab. Ickiness ensues. http://ow.ly/2HeADw

New on DVD for May 27 – This week’s releases include the latest tale of star-crossed teen lovers; an updated release of an animated favourite; and a story of mismanaged mental illness. http://ow.ly/2HbAER

‘X-Men: Days of Future Past’ is the perfect mutation – ‘X-Men: Days of Future Past’ is one of the most capable superhero blockbusters to hit theatres, displaying a total understanding of its franchise and utilizing all it has to offer. http://ow.ly/2H4YvN

New on DVD for May 20 – This week’s releases include Shakespeare’s romp in a Stetson; a portrait of greed in the ‘70s; a 3D perspective of WWII; and a romantic comedy with two personalities. http://ow.ly/2H0BsG

‘Million Dollar Arm’ stays in the strike zone – ‘Million Dollar Arm’ is a delight in family-friendly, feel-good fair depicting the real-life story of two young men from India who win a contest that could lead to a major league baseball contract in America. http://ow.ly/2GLfjh