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MOVIE REVIEW - It's been 10 years since Wall-e set the post-apocalypse in order, where the question of homecoming was central (as it was for Lighyear), but Buzz's approach to his adventures has moved light years away from his predecessor, pushing the crusty (wormy) boundaries of his space journey (and space tunnel too).

Lightyear – Straight up for the Cyberhero?

Lightyear – Straight up for the cyberhero?
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However, I have to seriously think about what else to write about Jurrasic Park III, a worrying sign of the film’s complexity.

Jurassic Park III – The Forbidden Abundance of Prehistoric Creatures

The Forbidden Abundance of Prehistoric Creatures
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As an excuse, this was first: Jurassic Park 2 - The Lost World was released in 1997, while Godzilla was released after that in ’98.

Jurassic Park 2 – The Lost World Have Lost Its Way Indeed

The Lost World Have Lost Its Way…
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Gone are the days when comic book movies were marked down, but here's a comedy to replace all of the legacy hits – Superwho? has just arrived to capture the enemy, and to find his identity (last but not least).

Superwho? – Badman under the dark night

Badman under the dark night
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MOVIE CRITICISM - Doing good is good, the saying goes: but maybe you can be constructive as a bad guy too, at least the bad guys' psyches get caught up in this mundane dilemma from time to time. 

The Bad Guys – Who’s ever seen such of Gang Stars?

Who's ever seen such of Gang Stars?
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MOVIE CRITICS – Turning Red is one of the movie that inspired by Chinese philosophy. Remember Kung Fu Panda 3, where they hid animal spirits in amulets?

Turning Red – Gives you #Swag!

Gives you swag!
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MOVIE REVIEWS - Let's focus on the title as first: The hating game. It could also have called the ‘Heating game’, because it’s a strategic love game with powerful emotions as well.

The Hating Game – It’s Like Game of Thrones

It's Like Game of Thrones
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MOVIE REVIEW - The narrative invites us all the way from the age of colouring pictures to New York City, where anyone can become a big dog, as Clifford the big red dog does, without any super-spoilers. With a little digging, you can even find the pet's digital footprint (paw paw) in the form of colouring books you can order. I suppose red will do in the hands of any small child, but the film doesn't attempt to explain this understatement of colour temperature. Apparently, the radioactive spider would not have fit into the multiverse of manufacturing companies.

Clifford the Big Red Dog – Who Let This Dog Out?

Who Let This Dog Out?
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MOVIE REVIEW - When the Creative Europe Media logo appears on the screen, you might suspect that the producers have volunteered too much with the Protégé.

The Protégé – It’s time not to confess anything

It’s time to not confess anything
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