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Godzilla: King of the Monsters – Review

Godzilla is the definitive big monster movie, with a long and interesting history that I can’t get into here without a review with a word-count the size of of a kaiju. We have had some shit adaptations over the years when Hollywood tries to get involved that not even the …

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Detective Pikachu – Review

When I first heard the premise for a Ryan Reynolds voiced live action Detective Pikachu  movie I thought “WTF that sounds really dumb!” Then the trailer dropped and it pika’d my curiosity. Lets see if the movie got my attention.   The Cast Ryan Reynolds as Detective Pikachu (voice and …

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Tool Debuts New Songs!

After a long hiatus and legal issues, Tool is very close to releasing a new album, the first release in over 10 years. Maynard said fans can expect a new album ” Between mid May and Mid July” of 2019 Tool played Rockville 2019 and fans got to hear 2 …

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Tuff Truck – Murica’ Style

I feel like this could be a great addition to the New Zealand Motorsport Calendar

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Ken Block VLogs New Zealand Trip

PART 2

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Hellboy (2019) – Review

To say that Hellboy (2019) had some huge horns to fill is a massive understatement. The original Hellboy films were lovingly directed by visionary film director Guillermo del Toro. They provided a spellbinding and humor filled take on Mike Mignola’s comic-book character leaving a lasting impression on many. I was …

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The Lego Movie 2 – Review

The Lego Movie was a surprise hit with it’s irreverent humor that adults got and sailed over kids heads and its nonconformist themes, The Lego Movie 2 continues where the previous left off. Doing a followup that is just as well received as the first is a tricky thing especially …

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Shazam! – Review

DC has almost been the Superhero franchise that gets picked on and made fun of in the playground which is fitting that a core theme of Shazam! is standing up to the bullies and finding your inner strength. Arguably there has not been an all round satisfying Superhero film from …

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Captain Marvel – Review

At long last we have a female led super hero movie in the Marvel films and strangely it isn’t Black Widow or Scarlet Witch, it’s Captain Marvel. If you have a good character in an interesting world, a hero’s story should inspire and let the viewer empathize with the heroes …

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Alita: Battle Angel – Review

Alita: Battle Angel is a passion project 20 years in the making from James (The Terminator, Aliens) Cameron. It turns out all this time James Cameron has been a secret Weaboo and has wanted to bring the world of Battle Angel off the pages of the long running manga to …

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