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Reviews Featuring Cate Blanchett
Awesome. All the bits of the film that should have been in there in the first place, a must for collectors and Tolkein fans everywhere. Gorgous packaging, sumptuous quality. Both editions are great value for money. If youre like me, youll probably end up owning both.
It will keep you on the edge of your seat.
An investigative film about a flawed investigative journalist.
Visually its even more impressive than the last movie, but in terms of pure story-telling it falls ever-so-slightly short of its predecessor.
Quite possibly the best movie ever made.
Wild wild west, Ron Howard-style. Give it a look.
Eleven smart breaks from everyday reality.
In this stunning period biopic, Scorsese exposes the American dream to the law of gravity.
Few films are as rich and strange as this bittersweet comic odyssey into the depths of human yearning.
It's a good film - not a great one - and while it deserves its many nominations, there's an audience disconnect that will keep it from winning anything but technical trophies.
Definitely more stand-alone historical epic than Robin Hood instalment this is original and exciting nonetheless. A success despite Russell Crowe's Anglo-Irish Robin Hood.
This unforgivably bad romantic 'thriller' gives a new meaning to waking up in a warm pool of your own urine.
Super stylish and refreshingly different, Joe Wright and the young Saoirse Ronan elevate this thriller above a mere gimmick.
An expected minor letdown as the first part shows that Peter Jackson should have just stuck to one (or two at most) epic length movies not three. Not bad but a little underwhelming.