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    Blackbird

    Irish prancing: egosploitation, flights of fancy and fedoras aplenty

    What happens when an ego-drunk dancer remakes Casablanca and Casino Royale but without the action, charm or tension? The quasi-mythical backstory of Blackbird โ€“ shady festival premieres, a four-year disappearance, irrepressible rumours โ€“ threatened to overwhelm the film before it even hit screens. Thank the Lord, then, that this spy thriller is every bit as bad as weโ€™d hoped. Written, produced, funded, directed by and starring Michael Flatley as former MI6โ€ฆ

  • Foodfight!

    Foodfight!

    Junk food: fascism, โ€˜Toy Storyโ€™ and brand recognition

    What if Toy Story but food? You know a childrenโ€™s animated movie is unhinged when the fact that its characters are about 100 times hornier than necessary is only the second-most disturbing thing about it. The first? Fascism. Dex Dogtective, voiced by a presumably prostrate Charlie Sheen, has to defend a supermarket micro-world populated by beloved brand mascots โ€“ and, inexplicably, loads of tiny humans โ€“ against the tyrannical Brand X, whoseโ€ฆ

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