Tag Archives: Review

I visited the Central Perk pop up store when it was in Sydney

To celebrate the launch of Friends becoming available on Internet streaming subscription service Stan, a real-life Central Perk cafe popped up in Sydney’s Hyde Park for two weeks. From Monday October 5 to Sunday October 18, fans of the show had the opportunity to visit the Friends cafe replica and enjoy a free cup of coffee in Central Perk-branded paper ...

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Me and Earl and the Dying Girl movie review

For teenager Greg (Thomas Mann), high school is a hostile cluster of nations that he feels is best dealt with by using complete neutrality. He coasts from clique to clique without pledging allegiance to anyone in particular. This is his how-to guide of surviving high school life but consequently you don’t make any friends in the process. The only person ...

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Mr. Holmes Review

Since his creation in 1887 by Scottish author Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Sherlock Holmes is a character that has managed to find new life in popular culture again and again. One of the most recent and successful resurrections of the crafty detective happened in 2009 when director Guy Ritchie nabbed Robert Downey Jr. (who was also getting a second life ...

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Album Review: Hilary Duff’s Breathe In. Breathe Out.

She’s back and she’s better than ever. Lizzie McGuire star Hilary Duff, has just released her new album Breathe In. Breathe Out, and it’s sure to take your breath away! It has been eight years since Duff’s last album, and Breathe In. Breathe Out. takes you on many trips down memory lane with catchy lyrics and nostalgic tunes. The album includes 12 ...

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A Pigeon Sat on a Branch Reflecting on Existence – Film Review

Where do you begin dissecting the depressingly funny and philosophical movie A Pigeon Sat on a Branch Reflecting on Existence? You could start by accepting that this movie will take you on a journey that is both dreamlike and nightmarish. Swedish director and writer Roy Andersson has created a film that digs right into the idea of human existence by ...

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Music Review: Wale – The Album About Nothing

In the 21st century it is really difficult to surprise the masses with original and exciting content. Most Hollywood blockbusters are either based on novels, are a sequel, prequel or reboot to another successful movie series or are simply not innovative. Music, particularly rap, is kind of the same. Even though the genre is young compared to others, it has ...

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