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Old 18-01-2013, 16:06
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And There Were None (1945) - 7/10
An adaptation of Agatha Christie's mystery novel, Ten Little Indians. I loved some of characters' deadpan lines. The ending was meh as I predicted it, but I can easily imagine people found it a great twist at the time.

Magic Mike - 7/10.
Entertaining, but I cringed all the way through the dance performances. A shallow film, really. Not much of a story to tell. It also suffers the same problem as The Hurt Locker has - it started with the POV of one character, then it just switched to the POV of a different character with the first character's story is left seemingly forgotten. Yeah, history repeats itself, but it could be told in a better story structure.
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