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Ravenous – A Quick Capsule Review

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Phil’s Quick Capsule Review: Ravenous is a unique take on the zombie movie, feeling more like a Canadian 28 Days Later than a plodding Dawn Of The Dead rip off.  This latest Netflix released exclusive delivers scares, shocks and surprises as a zombie plague ravages a rural Quebec town and a …

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Avengers Week: Spider-Man Homecoming – A Quick Capsule Review

With Avengers: Infinity War opening this week, Phil’s Quick Capsule Review will be rerunning the reviews of some of our favourite Marvel Films!    Phil’s Quick Capsule Review: Marvel’s Spider-man works.  Be it the excellent Tom Holland, one of the MCU’s best bad guys in Michael Keaton’s Vulture or even the appearances by …

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Avengers Week: The 25 Best… Superhero Films of All Time

In our continuing regular feature, Phil (of Phil’s Quick Capsule Review)  along with podcaster Josh Morris, Writer Mike Parkin, Grosse Point Geek’s Will Strong and Motion Picture Manic Jamie Robinson breakdown the 25 Best Films Of a particular genre…    This time out: The Best Superhero Films of All Time   The close but no …

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Daddy’s Home 2 – A Quick Capsule Review

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Phil’s Quick Capsule Review: There is a really easy way to watch all the ‘funny’ bits from Daddy’s Home 2.  Watch the trailer. Watching the trailer also means you don’t have to watch the film.  It’s a win win.  In truth it’s not that Daddy’s Home 2 is a bad film, it’s …

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Avengers Week: Thor Ragnarok – A Quick Capsule Review

With Avengers: Infinity War opening this week, Phil’s Quick Capsule Review will be rerunning the reviews of some of our favourite Marvel Films!    Phil’s Quick Capsule Review: Thor: Ragnarok does almost EVERYTHING right as Marvel finishes off 2017 with 3 out of 3 for it’s output this year (commercially and critically). Taika Waititi …

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Pitch Perfect 3 – A Quick Capsule Review

Phil’s Quick Capsule Review: I liked the first two Pitch Perfect films.  They were charming, funny and had a good heart.  Pitch Perfect 3 pretty much throws most of that aside for an odd story that doesn’t really do much to advance the characters as it ups the action (in a …

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