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Tom H’s Film Reviews

867 Films have been rated or reviewed by Tom H.

Devil and Daniel Johnston, TheDevil and Daniel Johnston, The (2005)Recommended
4 stars (Very Good) Fascinating journey through the rise and fall (and rise?) of one of the most intriguing and original music (and visual) artists since Bob Dylan. A must see for those who enjoy the likes of Searching for Sugarman.
Movie 43Movie 43 (2013)
1 star (Turkey) Despite a few very cheap laughs, a terrible, terrible film. Do believe the critics when they say that this is the most purile film of the decade.
Iron Man 3Iron Man 3 (2013)
2 stars (Good Try) The third and least enjoyable of the Iron Man reboot – especially disappointing given Shane Black and Robert Downey\'s track record together.
Conjuring, TheConjuring, The (2013)
3 stars (Good Enough) Incredibly unnerving, if a little too generic at times. Plenty of psychologically creepy moments, as well as intense jump–scares.
DVD $15 $11.25
Woman in Black, TheWoman in Black, The (2012)Aro Favourite
2 stars (Good Try) Interesting premise but soon delves into the run of the mill ghost horror plot.
DVD $20 $15
This is the EndThis is the End (2013)
3 stars (Good Enough) Ridiculously crass, but also somewhat self–aware, This is the End had me in stitches at times, and wondering what they were actually looking to achieve at others.
Man of SteelMan of Steel (2013)
2 stars (Good Try) Disappointing actioner with ridiculous amounts of destruction that ends up feeling more boring than exciting. So much missed potential for a good \'origins\' tale, wasted.
DVD $15 $11.25
World War ZWorld War Z (2013)
3 stars (Good Enough) Decent zombie/apocalypse film that will keep you engaged for the entire ride. Don\'t go in Max Brooks though – this is only loosely based on the book.
DVD $15
Place Beyond the Pines, ThePlace Beyond the Pines, The (2012)Aro Favourite
5 stars (Exceptional) One of my favourite films of 2012, The Place Beyond the Pines is brutally gripping and emotional, with one of the best opening sequences in memory, outstanding performances, and a memorable story.
Miami Vice (TV Series)Miami Vice (TV Series) (1984)
3 stars (Good Enough) A classic 1980s series, but one that has ages more quickly than I\'d expected it to. One for the notalgics.

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