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Everything fans of Hayao Miyazaki could wish forREAD MORE
Yet another peak on a perfectly-formed Wes Anderson mountain range.READ MORE
A visual delight that gets you square in the tear-ducts.READ MORE
Gabrielle Vincent’s children’s books have been brought alive with the same painted tones and styles that first accompanied the series. It is a sweet, quaint and charmingly unusual animation.READ MORE
The fact that a young audience will look at this film away from the often prevailing heteronormative, princess-finds-her-prince angle is the thing that sets Brave apart.READ MORE
Hop is a sweet cinematic deposit for Easter, full of beans like its rockin’ bunny that all generations can enjoy together.READ MORE
Despite its rather empty plot, those with an appreciation of silly, dark humour, fantastic animation and sprawling Western references, will have plenty to enjoy in Rango.READ MORE
My Dog Tulip the cinema equivalent of being cosied up next to a warm fire drinking hot chocolate on a cold autumn evening.READ MORE
Tangled is the time-old tale about a girl with lengthy golden hair who is imprisoned in a tower by a wicked sorceress, until a passing prince hears her singing and rescues her, but tweaked a little.READ MORE
Anne Hathaway and Jesse Eisenberg soar as feathered and tethered lovebirds on a quest to save their species in this beak-chic rom-com.READ MORE
A very worthy, if different, follow up to the first outing.
Family entertainment with little meaty substance.
There’s no dynamism, no commitment and, crucially, a weak grasp of tone.
It says something disquieting about a society in which I have had to resort to the cinema
Marcel Gisler on what triggered the making of Mario, a new LGBT football film.
Brock Norman Brock on how Yardie was written for the screen.
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