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For something so colourful, “Power Rangers” is incredibly dull
 

Visually uninspiring and punishingly dreary, Power Rangers is definitely not mighty and contains very little a...

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“The Autopsy of Jane Doe” is the stripped down horror classic you’ve been waiting for
 

Both simple and satisfying, The Autopsy of Jane Doe has the makings of an instant modern horror classic that...

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“Beauty and the Beast” is a tale old as time, emphasis on old
 

Disney’s live-action remake of Beauty and the Beast is a classically enjoyable romp spoiled slightly b...

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James Gray’s “The Lost City of Z” is a beautifully detailed and enthralling period piece
 

While The Lost City of Z may appear to amble at an unassuming pace it naturally gains momentum to reveal itsel...

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