Review: The Darkest Hour

It’s actually the darkest hour and a half.The Darkest Hour

Just one step up from Shyamalan’s The Happening – only because you can see something every once in a while – this Russian-set alien invasion thriller sees Emile Hirsch and Co. running away from unidentified electricity.


25/
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I am an avid film enthusiast with a passion for creative writing. My favourite things in life are writing about; film, popular culture and current affairs; watching films and looking at penguins. One day I hope to be getting paid more than I deserve for doing all of these professionally (not the penguin part - that will still be a hobby). View all posts by thenumbereightytwo

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