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Partial to horror films and anything on the transgressive side, Tony is
also a fan of everything from popcorn action flicks to earnest European drama. And maybe, just maybe, the occasional rom com.
Rose McIver and George Mason are admirable, but it’s a frustrating film.
“She’s such a formidable artist.”
The real stars here are the set-pieces.
This second instalment leans even further into the silliness.
A lot of people die, and you may chuckle a bit along the way.
It’s downright weird.
James Wan throws everything at the wall.
“It’s a bloody good story and a neat summary of why war is hell.”
Tony Stamp looks at what does, and doesn’t, make a real-life music flick tick.
The most tragic, psychedelic revenge movie possible.
Engrossing, thought-provoking, and well worth your time.
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