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Director Tate Taylor and actor Chadwick Boseman and bring the story of ‘the hardest working man in showbusiness’, James Brown, to the big screenREAD MORE
A gritty, ballsy drama that will often draw you to the edge of your seat.READ MORE
Even Belle & Sebastian devotees may find much of this a little too twee and cloying.READ MORE
We didn’t know how precious Philip Seymour Hoffman films were until they became profoundly finite.READ MORE
A claustrophobic dark comic yarn provides a strong second outing for AyoadeREAD MORE
In condensing the book for the screen, much of the action seems a little directionless.READ MORE
She’s part entertainment centre and part comfort blanket, but her ability to shield him from the real world could never be anything more than temporary. READ MORE
Love is fleeting, art is eternal.READ MORE
Defensive, vain, simultaneously over the top and excruciatingly subtle, Blanchett—and Allen—have fashioned the most sublime creation of both their careers.READ MORE
Vallée has produced an arresting, thought-provoking and moving piece of work.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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