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State of Origin

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  I wouldn’t call myself a big league fan. I don’t usually watch fixtures on telly, let alone go to the games. Two years ago, I hopped to ANZ stadium to witness State of Origin in person. The rugby league … Continue reading

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Ant-Man and The Wasp reviewed

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  I saw Ant-Man 2 with Nick at Top Ryde. I first saw the original in 2015 with another friend. A story of family, love, and friendship, Ant-Man conveys these themes in a lighthearted and breezy manner. There are different … Continue reading

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Enemy of the State reviewed

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As I conversed with my pal, he told me, ‘So it’s like Enemy of the State?’ We both had a laugh. ‘I hadn’t seen that one yet’. ‘Might be twenty years since released, but you should.’ I finally saw and … Continue reading

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Incredibles 2 Reviewed

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This weekend has been full on. Yesterday Nick and I saw Incredibles at the cinema; the sequel was really impressive. Then we had dinner at a resto, where my friend tried something different. Upon heading back, I watched the Socceroos … Continue reading

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Ocean’s 8 reviewed

On Friday night, my friend and I saw this all-female production at the Burwood cinemas. Another friend told me about Ocean’s, but the trailer did not impress me. I forgot about it for a few weeks, until recently, when I … Continue reading

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Deadpool 2 reviewed

Upon being released in February 2016, Deadpool claimed a large following. People came to love the foul-mouthed, sword wielding anti-hero who defied the odds. A parody of action movies, cheesy romcoms, and sci-fi blockbusters, audiences adored the laughs, the outrageous … Continue reading

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The second-half storm

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Brothas and sisters, the end is near: the end of financial year, that is. This means claiming back part of your taxes, midyear sales, and shopping sprees. ‘Everything must go’ is a popular slogan at the midway point. Regardless, too … Continue reading

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