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      Cop Car (6/10)


        Two young boys, Travis and Harrison, are walking around the prairie being kids and trying out swearwords just for shits and giggles, when they happen upon an abandoned police car. When they find the keys inside, what other choice do a couple of ten-year olds have: they have to take it for a joy ride.


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      Antiviral (5/10)


        Antiviral paints a world where people’s obsession with celebrity has reached entirely new levels. Fans can now share in their favourite celebrity’s life by sharing their diseases… Syd (Caleb Landry Jones) is a salesman, pushing these celebrity diseases on their fans. But he sidelines by stealing samples and reverting its contagiousness so he can sell the diseases on the black market. This goes awry when a disease he personally harvested from a celebrity turns out to be lethal…


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      The Martian (7/10)


        If humanity should have learned anything from the movie “Interstellar” it was that sending Matt Damon into space always ends badly…


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      Me and Earl and the Dying Girl (6/10)


        Greg is a teen who takes pride in having spent his teens working hard to be and stay invisible, because ‘no-one likes me anyway’. His motto is that by not being anyone’s friend and more importantly: not being anyone’s enemy, he can survive through high school.


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      Narcopolis (4/10)


        Narcopolis tells of a city where recreational drugs have been legalised, which has taken the production and sales of these now mainstream drugs out of the mob into the hands of capitalist pharmaceutical corporation Ambro.


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      Tomorrowland (aka Project T) (5/10)


        A girl Casey (an ever-hopeful Britt Robertson) finds a pin, which upon touching it seems to take her instantaniously to a magical place – a place designed by the brightest and the best scientists and engineers on the planet, a place where the future seems as bright as can be. Indeed: that place is Tomorrowland.


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      Air (4/10)


        After a global war, life has been destroyed by toxic fallout and the air is no longer breathable. Society has collapsed, and only a select few have been chosen to survive in special sleep chambers, waiting for the air to clear at some point in the future. Two engineers, Bauer and Cartwright, are woken up from their own sleep every so many months to do basic maintenance and keep an eye on the facility.


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      Love & Mercy (7/10)


        Of course I know a number of Beach Boys hits, but I can’t say I am a particur fan so I didn’t know much about -as per the movie’s tagline- ‘the life, love and genius of Brian Wilson’. Two hours later, and now I do.


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      Still Life (8/10)


        The low budget British film Still Life is about as far as it is possible to get from the Hollywood blockbuster. Eddie Marsan plays John May, a quiet office worker for a local council in London. For 22 years he has been doing the unusual job of trying to trace relatives of people that die in the borough without any immediate family, and to make their funeral arrangements.


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      Coherence (4/10)


        Coherence explores what might happen if a passing comet would put us in the kind of box that Schrödingers Cat is in…? That probably sounds a bit cryptic, but this is one of those movies best seen with as little knowledge of the plot as possible.

        It is a low budget, high-concept sci-fi that focuses on people and their relationships and behaviour as they undergo a ‘supernatural’ experience on a particular evening.


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