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Attack The Block is right on trend in British cinema now, with Cornish as the new style king lapping up the movie-world adulation.READ MORE
In Will Gluck’s new rom-com, Justin Timberlake may just have found a compatible niche that his army of fans want to see him in.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
With writer Marti Noxon at the helm, the success of this funny and entertaining pop at the vampire genre is unsurprising.READ MORE
This fantastic feature-length début from director Eli Craig should set the precedent for comedy horror mash-ups.READ MORE
Ayoade turning his hand towards a feature film has been a while coming. Thankfully it’s every bit as good as you want it be.READ MORE
Beginners is a visually poetic and assured feature that masterfully mixes elements of humour, surrealism and arthouse romance. READ MORE
Paul offers a highly entertaining, albeit juvenile-humoured alternative to the usual loved-up pulp that comes out on Valentine’s Day.READ MORE
Perhaps the story is not merely a series of mechanical cliches strung loosely together between a row of thrusting pelvises, but in fact an artful exploration of metaphysical conundrums.READ MORE
It’s safe. It’s sanitized. It’s boring. I’m sure the parents will approve.READ MORE
Just the ticket you need for a bit of escapism and warm-hearted fun.
A very worthy, if different, follow up to the first outing.
Family entertainment with little meaty substance.
In order not to lose, or rather, in order to not win, but to not win with integrity, this year Dr. Garth Twa is choosing winners who aren’t even nominated.
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.
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