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MAGIC MIKE XXL (GREGORY JACOBS – 2015) REVIEW

One of the most racially and sexually progressive films of the past decade, Magic Mike XXL goes a lot deeper than the pelvic thrusts of its stars by offering a hilarious and fluid road trip movie that dominates the first instalment in every measurable way.

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Features FIVE STAR FILMS Interview 

FIVE STAR FILMS WITH MAD MAX FURY ROAD’S NATHAN JONES

At 6.9ft, the gentle giant plays the dominatrix destroyer Rictus Erectus in George Miller’s latest. With a love of spectacle cinema and experience directors, Jones sat down with Graffiti With Punctuation to share his Five Star Film. Which is ….

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Alien, Exodus and Prometheus: A Chat With Ridley’s Scott’s Right Hand Man Charles de Lauzirika

Unlimited access to the movie sets of some of the world’s greatest filmmakers. An unguarded look at the most treasured behind-the-scenes footage from cinema classics. Direct contact with the likes of Ridley Scott, James Cameron and George Lucas. It’s a fanboy’s wet dream, but for documentarian Charles de Lauzirika it’s his job. The 47-year-old writer, director and producer is the man responsible for all your favourite behind-the-scenes featurettes, specifically those of the Ridley Scott. He recently finished up working on The Martian in Budapest – which he calls “phenomenal” –…

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Features Home Entertainment Opinion 

THE MAN WITHOUT FEAR: DAREDEVIL SERIES REVIEW

Rarely at Graffiti With Punctuation to we review television, but every so often something comes along that demands a wordy, frothy analysis. That show is Daredevil. It’s the first of the Marvel and Netflix ‘Avengers assemble’ team-up where they will give us a handful of series’ from some of the lesser known heroes in the universe: Daredevil (obvi), AKA Jessica Jones, Luke Cage, Iron Fist and The Defenders mini-series which will bring all of these characters together. Perhaps the toughest sell – and the one with the biggest hurdle to…

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Film Review 

The Longest Ride: a minute-by-minute Twitter review

And the Academy Award goes to… not Nicholas Sparks. Never Nicholas Sparks. The Patron Douchebag of true love – but only when it’s between two white, heterosexual people – is back with the tenth film based on his written work. Yes, we’ve had ten movies of the exact same bullshit featuring all the usual hallmarks of a Nicholas Sparks’ tearjerker. The Longest Ride, however, is quite possibly the worst of all them and yes, we understand that’s like trying to decide who the worst Nazi was (hint: they were all awful). Thankfully…

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Features News 

“Oui oui!” Margaret Pomeranz and David Stratton explain their picks for the 2015 French Film Festival

They’re the King and Queen of Australian film and have reigned supreme for the past, well, ever. Yet although David Stratton and Margaret Pomeranz may have officially called cut on ABC’s At The Movies, they’ve by no means stepped away from the spotlight.

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Features Opinion 

Maria @Moviemazz Lewis’ Top 11 Films Of 2014

“A perfect film, beginning to end.” What’s number one? Find out.

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Features Opinion 

Maria @moviemazz Lewis’ Worst Films Of 2014

Ed note: Maria is at her potty-mouthed best. Feel the hate flow through her. Enjoy

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