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Review: Doctor Strange is another league of visual magnificence

“They say best men are moulded out of faults, And, for the most, become much more the better For being a little bad.” Doctor Stephen Vincent Strange’s shelf is likely to feature more books on sorcery than Shakespeare but the … Continue reading

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Review: The final Hobbit is a thumping, thrilling success!

There’s a bit of Gandalf in Peter Jackson. Not just because he makes magic with CGI but like the wise wizard, the filmmaker follows his reliable instincts and is game for impossible challenges. Such gamble may not lead to consequences … Continue reading

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The Hobbit–The Desolation of Smaug: Enter the Dragon!

With over a decade spent immersed in Middle Earth literature, the scale and specifications of J R R Tolkien’s sprawling fantasy novels are so deeply entrenched in director Peter Jackson’s being, it renders his adaptations a fearlessness, which allows him … Continue reading

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