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Flight Review

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Washington, we have a problem

The opening thirty minutes of Flight features some of the most intense moments of cinema you’ll witness this year. Presented within a rarely seen perspective from inside the cockpit, a large proportion of the heart-pounding action unfolds in real time as the pilot, Whip, and his crew attempt to regain control of the plummeting aircraft. The result is a thoroughly engaging and terrifyingly real cinema experience that leaves previous film’s efforts to depict this traumatic experience trembling in its wake. This is edge-of-your-seat action filmmaking at its finest.

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Argo Review

“This is the best bad plan we have, sir” – Tony Mendez.

From gossip-rag pin-up to powerhouse director Ben Affleck has one of the most chequered careers in Hollywood. Channelling experience following his previous two features, tightly wound action thrillers Gone Baby Gone and The Town, his time behind the camera is proving most fruitful. His recounting of the true life story of Argo is no exception and further authorises his position as a meaningful director.

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