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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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Fair

Magicians (DVD)

A rather inauspicious leap to the big screen for British TV favourites Mitchell & Webb (Peep Show, That Mitchell & Webb Look) actually works much better on DVD.

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Average

December Boys

Daniel Radcliffe is wary of being typecast as Harry Potter. So in his first major film role away from the character he, um, plays an orphan.

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Great

Superbad

Superbad might sound like a cross between American Pie and Porky’s, with a smattering of every other teen comedy ever made, and that’s because, basically, that’s exactly what it is.

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Fair

Disturbia

Many are describing Disturbia as Rear Window with a teenage spin. There’s a good reason for that: Disturbia IS Rear Window with a teenage spin.

6

Fair

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Fair

Shoot 'Em Up

There is a moment early in this insane action movie where Clive Owen’s character exclaims: "Sorry for the messy delivery." Old Clive isn’t being hypercritical of his own performance, though...

6

Fair

3:10 To Yuma

Western movies are seen by many as legendary, but I’ve never quite figured out why. They have always seemed dull and, dare I say it, I’ve never warmed to the...

8

Great

In The Hands Of The Gods review

What happens when a former drug dealer, a devout Christian, two failed footballers and a cheeky scouser decide to use their freestyle football skills to busk their way across America...

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PREMIERE In The Hands Of The Gods

Cool young stars surrounded by has-beens and nobodiesBy Anna KrahnPremiership footballers, wannabe WAGs — and, of course, ex-Big Brother contestants — all graced the red carpet (well, green astro-turf actually)...

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Excellent

Atonement

If you’ve seen the advertising campaign for this film, and the poster quotes, then you’ll know that all the best superlatives have already been taken — stunning, breathtaking, revelation, gorgeous...