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Dolph Lundgren’s Five Star Film: Gladiator (Ridley Scott – 2000)

Action star Dolph Lundgren gets epic as he shares his ultimate Five Star Film with Graffiti - Gladiator.
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REVIEW: The Maze Runner (Wes Ball – 2014) – 2nd Opinion

The Maze Runner sits firmly in the Divergent thread... a futuristic version of Lord of the Flies, with one boy challenging the communist rule.
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REVIEW: The Maze Runner (Wes Ball – 2014)

Like a cross between Jumanji and Lord Of The Flies, The Maze Runner is somewhat of a rarity. It's a YA-adaptation that actually works.
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REVIEW: Warrior (GAVIN O’CONNOR – 2011)

Without the trio of spectacular near devout performances Warrior couldn't have gone the distance.
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FIVE STAR FILMS #72: The Apartment (Billy Wilder – 1960)

A look at Billy Wilder’s much-lauded classic The Apartment, the Best Picture Oscar-winner for 1960
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REVIEW: Agent Carter (Louis D’Esposito – 2013)

With a Agent Carter TV Series in development, it seemed like an opportune moment to review the 'One Shot' pilot.
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Atticus Ross’ Five Star Film: Taxi Driver (Martin Scorsese – 1976)

Atticus Ross shares his Five Star Film with Graffiti.
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REVIEW: If I Stay (R. J. Cutler – 2014)

From the authentic family feel created by the impressive cast to one of the best soundtracks of the year, it's a film you never...
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REVIEW: Pulp: A Film About Life, Death & Supermarkets (Florian Habicht – 2014)

"What I especially enjoyed about this unconventional rock-doc is the fact that it isn't just about the band, but very much also the people...