The Terminal List Series Review: Chris Pratt’s Military Drama is A Dull Affair With a Self-Indulgent Storyline (LatestLY Exclusive) | 📺 LatestLY

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The Terminal List Series Review: Chris Pratt just can’t seem to get a win. Recently the actor has put out such lacklustre projects, that you have to look back at his career and think what went wrong. Gone are the days of Parks and Recreation and Guardians of the Galaxy (however he does have a … Read more

The Unbearable Weight Of Massive Talent Review: The Nicolas Cage Experience Needs Direction

The Unbearable Weight Of Massive Talent Review The Nicolas Cage

“The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent” isn’t the most marketable film title in history but movies are sold by its stars and there isn’t a more marketable name than Nicolas Cage. Tiffany Haddish (“Vivian”, left) snaps a selfie with Nicolas Cage (“Nick Cage”, right) while undercover at the airport in THE UNBEARABLE WEIGHT OF MASSIVE … Read more

The Adam Project review: Ryan Reynolds in a comfortable time travel film

The Adam Project review Ryan Reynolds in a comfortable time

Ryan Reynolds is back on an adventure but this time, he has the company of his younger self Hindustan Times 05 April, 2022, 10:25 am Last modified: 05 April, 2022, 11:22 am The Adam Project. Photo: Collected “> The Adam Project. Photo: Collected The last time we got a Ryan Reynolds-Netflix team up, it gave … Read more

De’Longhi La Specialista Arte Espresso Machine Review

DeLonghi La Specialista Arte Espresso Machine Review

It turns out I love coffee. It’s funny because I only started drinking it a few years ago. Today, I drink quite a lot and might even be falling into the category of “coffee nerd”. I get the perfect beans from a roastery called Imbibe near my home in Dublin 8. Hardly all that surprising … Read more

Review | How ‘Wild Bunch’ director Sam Peckinpah made one of cinema’s great Westerns

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“Is that the way you’re going to shoot the rest of the picture?” Holden asked. Peckinpah said it was. In that case, Holden replied, “I’m going home and studying.” As W.K. Stratton comments in his admiring and informative account of the making of “The Wild Bunch,” Holden had realized that “this was not going to … Read more

Little evidence on how psilocybin therapy interacts with existing psychiatric therapies, review finds

Journal Reference: Aryan Sarparast, Kelan Thomas, Benjamin Malcolm, Christopher S. Stauffer. Drug-drug interactions between psychiatric medications and MDMA or psilocybin: a systematic review. Psychopharmacology, 2022; DOI: 10.1007/s00213-022-06083-y The scarcity of data is problematic for people believed to benefit most from psychedelics: those with mental health conditions such as depression, anxiety and post-traumatic stress disorder. The … Read more

Book Review: The Rise and Fall of the UK Film Council by Gillian Doyle, Philip Schlesinger, Raymond Boyle and Lisa W. Kelly

Book Review The Rise and Fall of the UK Film

In The Rise and Fall of the UK Film Council, Gillian Doyle, Philip Schlesinger, Raymond Boyle and Lisa W. Kelly explore the shifting importance given to film policy in Britain by focusing on the establishment of the UK Film Council under the Labour government that came to power in 1997. This organisational study gives a … Read more

The Adam Project Review: Ryan Reynolds Helps Himself

The Adam Project Review Ryan Reynolds Helps Himself

The Adam Project Review: Ryan Reynolds Helps Himself With Free Guy, director Shawn Levy and star Ryan Reynolds essentially delivered a slightly different spin on Steven Spielberg’s Ready Player One. For their follow-up together, The Adam Project, they’ve gone back further and incorporated more. Hints of E.T., Back to the Future, and even Always pervade … Read more

‘Uncharted’ Review: Tom Holland Shines, While the Rest of the Film Can’t Find Gold – UrbanMatter

Uncharted Review Tom Holland Shines While the Rest of the

Tom Holland is box office gold right now. The young actor is setting himself up to be a British version of Tom Cruise and while his latest film, Uncharted, is making money hand over first, the movie itself leaves a lot to be desired from all corners of the map. Adapted from the popular video … Read more

‘The Last Days of Ptolemy Grey’ Review: Samuel L. Jackson Props Up Otherwise Meandering Drama

The Last Days of Ptolemy Grey Review Samuel L Jackson

It’s hard to dislike “The Last Days of Ptolemy Grey,” if only because of its earnest message and the saccharine nature of its screenplay about an aging, lonely man with dementia, and the teenage girl who comes to his rescue. It’s a tenderly written coming-of-age story, an odyssey, and a romance all in one. Performances … Read more

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