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Truth is stranger than fiction, as Lord Byron once wrote. But fiction was invented because, most of the time, truth is either too boring or painful.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
It’s 2093, and the crew of the Prometheus are woken from cyrogentic sleep to begin their mission to find mankind’s creator on a rocky planet.READ MORE
Those from tough backgrounds will no doubt relate; those who are not will appreciate Drew’s messages, however unbelievable some of the actions presented.READ MORE
It’s 1944 in war-torn Italy where an all-black fighter pilot group are based, tasked with the mundane flying jobs while the white pilots get to fight nose to nose with the Nazi enemy in the skies for Uncle Sam.READ MORE
Those expecting wanton alien bashing will not be disappointed as such, but be prepared for more of a sentimental time-travelling journey down memory lane with less of the Smith wise cracks.READ MORE
A Fantastic Fear Of Everything aims to be a surreal, Terry Gilliam-esque comedy which sadly misfires at almost every level. READ MORE
The kids and the fans will like The Woman in Black because Daniel does well. The adults have other reasons to enjoy it, if they need them.READ MORE
It is an homage, it is a paean, it is a celebration: a behind-the-screen romantic comedy that fully embodies the glory and goofiness of a neonate film industry.READ MORE
It is hugely satisfying to note that Clooney looks as ridiculous as the rest of us running flat-footed in sandals – and for this alone, the film is worth a look.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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