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“Blade of the Immortal” is fun and ferociously wild
 

Though packed to the rafters with strange magic and buckets of blood, Blade of the Immortal is a relatively ...

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“Justice League” reignites the colourful campness of DC’s yesteryear
 

DC turns up the noise, the colour and the action to make Justice League a short, sweet and pleasantly surprisi...

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“Thor: Ragnarok” is a big, boisterous, beguiling mess
 

Taika Waititi’s franchise threequel is brimming with colour, and his trademark exuberance, but is it eno...

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“Happy Death Day” is infinitely awful garbage
 

Like the concept of perpetual hell, Happy Death Day bludgeons its audience with clichés and ham-fisted writ...

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