Mary Poppins Returns
Mission: Impossible - Fallout
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Pedestrian. Director Aldo Lado never ventures far down the more surreal or dreamlike paths favoured by his better-known compatriots in the genre arts.
reworks familiar material with enough gusto and thematic interest to make it worth revisiting
One of the many films the DPP banned on account of being afraid that it would bore impressionable children to death.
Italian clone of 'The Last House on the Left' with events unfolding onboard a train en route to Italy via Munich. It's not as graphic as 'Last House' but just as disturbing and unsettling to sit through. It's a decent rape/revenge film, but like other films of this kind, too much time is focused on the sexual assaults rather than the actual revenge. Banned in the UK until recently, some of it's shock value has worn off but it's still sleazy and unpleasant to those easily offended.
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