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THE FILM JOURNAL | September 2017

§ § ☆ Unmissable Those pieces of work that prove cinema is one of humanity’s better endeavours. Example: Apocalypse Now ✯ Recommended Extraordinary films that are must-sees, but perhaps not considered masterpieces. Example: Kick-Ass ✘ Avoid Movies that exhibit technical ineptitude, cause severe ideological malaise, or both. Example: Grown Ups § ~ ~ ~     The Levelling [2017]     … Continue reading

FEATURE | 21st Century Suave: Kingsman, Bond, and the Modern Spy Movie

— — ‘Kingsman from director Matthew Vaughn is a smart mix of ultraviolence and old school spy jinks – here’s Gary Green to tell us why it’s a much needed mix.’ — — Check out my feature on Kingsman: The Secret Service, and where it sits in the 21 Century spy movie pantheon, at HeyUGuys (click … Continue reading

REVIEW | Kingsman: The Secret Service

— — ‘In the seconds after you witness Colin Firth destroy a church full of gun-wielding maniacs in a gleefully violent five-minute bloodbath, the first thing you’ll do when you catch your breath will be to proclaim Kingsman: The Secret Service as the most fun film that could possibly be released this year.’ — — … Continue reading

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