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Tom Mimnagh

Tom Mimnagh is Screenjabber's Wrestling Editor and a Contributing Writer to the site. He's a lover not a fighter (unless you’re having a pop at John Carpenter), a geek extraordinaire, raconteur and purveyor of fine silks. He also enjoyed Terminator Genisys more than the average person (as in, a bit), but don’t hold that against him.
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The Ramones: It's Alive 1974-1996 (DVD)

From early scratchily-taped performances at legendary venue CBGBs, to playing on British stalwart pop shows like The Old Grey Whistle Test and Top of the Pop, this is a fantastic...

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INTERVIEW In The Hands Of The Gods

In the Hands of the Gods, a low-budget documentary following five freestyle footballers journey across the Americas to meet their hero Diego Maradona, made a splash at the Cannes film...

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INTERVIEW Kenny

A working man with real class Meet Kenny Smyth, a humble Melbourne plumber who has been flushed ... sorry, thrust ...

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Great

Zodiac (DVD)

This is not the first film to be made based on the infamous San Francisco serial killer who caled himself Zodiac — that honour goes to 1971's The Zodiac Killer...

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Superb

Kenny

Look out Rob Reiner and Chris Guest — your reign as kings of the mockumentary is over.

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Fair

The Brave One

A new Jodie Foster movie is always something to get excited about. She makes so few these days — just eight in the past 10 years — that we’re generally...

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Poor

Hot Rod

Hot Rod — or, to give it a more accurate title, Napoleon Dynamite: The Stunt Years — is a strange film.

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Fair

Michael Clayton

The last time George Clooney was a lawyer was in the ill-received romantic-comedy from the Coens, Intolerable Cruelty. As in Syriana, Clooney’s eponymous Michael Clayton is another shady character.

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Poor

Mr Woodcock

On paper, this should be a real stinker. Seemingly reprising his role in last year's limp School for Scoundrels (or was it this year? I can’t even remember), Thornton plays...

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Dreadful

Mrs Ratcliffe's Revolution

Mrs Ratcliffe’s Revolution. Heurgh. Good god, y’all. What is it good for? Absolutely nothing. Hmm. No. Doesn’t really work in this instance.