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  1.  Life is just a dream on the way to death


    Inferior as a sequel to the original but as a standalone movie, it's not so bad.

    Great to see Iggy Pop (the inspiration for the first movie's Funboy) & Ian Dury in the same movie.

  2.  Open your mind - this is not a Hollywood movie


    Surprisingly adept Russian actioner with impressive visuals and original story. Whatever you do, watch the subtitled rather than dubbed version.

    A modern classic.

  3.  Inferior sequel but still watchable


    As visually compelling as the best Hollywood movies but narratively quite jumbled & vastly inferior to the superb Night Watch.

  4.  Ensemble acting at its best


    Poetic, beautifully shot and a wonderful cast. Cinema at it's most effective.

  5.  Sweet movie, and not just for the ladies!


    James Garner & Gena Rowlands made me cry. There... I said it. A touching movie, if you like that kind of thing. Good for a Sunday afternoon snuggled on the sofa.

    Wait, did I just say 'snuggled'? There is no hope for me...

  6.  Definitely watchable


    Nice little psychological thriller. Nothing new, but Matthew Libatiques cinematography is wonderful and Carrey in a straight role is always refreshing.

  7.  A surprise gem


    Slick, fast-paced, and as stylish as they come. Confusing to begin with but then suddenly it all makes sense.

    This crime caper is a real treat.

  8.  Tales of the Future


    I was first introduced to Blade Runner in the early 90s, more specifically the 1992 Director's Cut. My love for the movie began right there and has continued to this day.

    Seeing the Final Cut on the big screen at the end of 2007 was incredible and the DVD boxset presented here does the film complete justice. 'Dangerous Days' is an inspiring and mesmirising documentary which lifts the lid on the history of the movie and also puts a few of the long-circulated rumours to rest.

    This is one for the true BR fan.

  9.  Simply stunning


    This album was my introduction to Ludovico Einaudi's minimalist, classical work. To try and describe how I felt upon listening to it for the first time is almost impossible.

    As a fan of Thomas Newman's movie scores, I found Una Mattina to be a perfect companion.

    This is an album of simple, beautiful music.