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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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Great

Seraphim Falls

Seraphim Falls is a tough film to categorise. At its heart it's a revenge drama. It's also a taut psychological thriller. And a western. And a chase drama.

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Good

Unknown (DVD)

I'm not averse to the odd psychological thriller, as long as it’s done well, and Director Simon Brand did just that in this excellently written, all-star movie.

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Poor

The Reaping (DVD)

What is going on with horror movies? First of all, we don’t appear to have had that many. Secondly, what we’ve had has been derivative.

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Great

Transformers: Series 1 (DVD)

Four million years ago on the distant planet Cybertron, and a race of living robots known as Transformers are at war where the evil Decepticons are being constantly battled by...

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Great

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Great

The Bourne Ultimatum

Here’s a message for everyone who has been bitching and moaning about the poor quality of films released this summer, particularly the less-than-exhilarating "threequels" — you can all shut up now.

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Great

The Caiman

The Caiman, Il Caimano, the Berlusconi Movie. With its many titles, this Italian movie has many personalities to it.

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Poor

Bratz: The Movie

When I was eight, I wanted to be a princess or a unicorn — or, best of all, a unicorn princess with lots of magical powers.

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Fair

Eagle vs Shark

Eagle Vs Shark belongs to the celebration-of-being-a-geek subgenre that has wormed its way into our hearts in recent times (Clerks, Muriel’s Wedding, High Fidelity, American Pie and the upcoming Superbad),...

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Great

Surf's Up

Bloody hell. What is it about filmmakers and sodding penguins? After March of the Penguins and Happy Feet, you’d think we’d have had enough of their stumpy little forms. But,...