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Top 10 Opening Action Scenes

Top 10 Opening Action Scenes

Cal picks his favourite explosion-heavy openings of all time. Did yours make the cut? 

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REVIEW: The Expendables 3 (2014)

REVIEW: The Expendables 3 (2014)

Is it time to put these old dogs out of their misery?

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Best & Worst Films of 2012 (Cal’s Take)

Best & Worst Films of 2012 (Cal’s Take)

It’s time for Cal to pick his top five films of 2012, along with the worst, the most underrated and the most overrated. It’s judgement time!

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THE DEPENDABLES #6: Unleashed (Danny the Dog, 2005)

THE DEPENDABLES #6: Unleashed (Danny the Dog, 2005)

Is Jet Li’s collaboration with Luc Besson his best English-language film?

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THE DEPENDABLES #3: Showdown in Little Tokyo (1991)

THE DEPENDABLES #3: Showdown in Little Tokyo (1991)

It’s Dolph’s turn in the most testosterone-heavy film marathon of all time, with a little help from the late Brandon Lee.

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THE DEPENDABLES #2: Total Recall (1990)

THE DEPENDABLES #2: Total Recall (1990)

With a critically savaged remake currently in cinemas, it’s time to revisit the Ahh-nuld original as our Expendables celebration continues.

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THE DEPENDABLES #1: Invasion U.S.A. (1985)

THE DEPENDABLES #1: Invasion U.S.A. (1985)

Cal kicks-off a warm-up for The Expendables 2 with a Chuck Norris “classic.”

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MOVIE ROUND-UP: Ghost Rider 2, Rambo 5, Austin Powers 4, Christian Bale & Terrence Malick, Roman Polanski’s Carnage

MOVIE ROUND-UP: Ghost Rider 2, Rambo 5, Austin Powers 4, Christian Bale & Terrence Malick, Roman Polanski’s Carnage

The key theme this week is sequels. Lots of them. First up, a franchise continuation no one really asked for – Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance. Yes, the first film is quite possibly the worst Marvel flick in recent memory, but the character still has cinematic potential. If nothing else, a man with a flaming skull for a head provides a […]

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The Expendables 2 finds a director

The Expendables 2 finds a director

Ah, Con Air. What a delicious mound of movie cheese. If we were to make a list of guilty pleasures, it would be near the top. Not even Nicolas Cage with that atrocious wig and accent could sully the film, which became a genre classic thanks to an epic ensemble cast. Which might explain why director Simon West has been […]

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