Peter Jackson

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The Hobbit: Battle of the Five Armies review

>And so, finally, after another three years and about five hours of film that we really didn’t need, Peter Jackson’s bloated Hobbit “trilogy” finally comes to an end.

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The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey review (Blu-ray)

With a running time pushing three hours, it’s not just an unexpected journey that the titular halfling embarks upon in this, the first big-screen adaptation of JRR Tolkien’s enduringly popular...

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The Lovely Bones review (DVD)

As Robin Williams discovered to his cost in What Dreams May Come, heavenly visions and cinematic experiences do not always go well together.

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The Lovely Bones

As Robin Williams discovered to his cost in What Dreams May Come, heavenly visions and cinematic experiences do not always go well together.

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King Kong

Jackson’s re-imagining of King Kong is quite possibly the finest movie ever made. Critics have already hailed it as the first bonafide contender to dethrone James Cameron’s Titanic as the...

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King Kong (DVD)

Upon finding the perfect leading lady for his latest flick, producer Carl Denham (Black) takes a crew to the mysterious uncharted Skull Island — home to a violent tribe, dinosaurs,...