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It is just one man’s downfall, not mankind’s. Hardly apocalyptic, and it hardly seems worth all the fuss.READ MORE
A slow-burner of a hit in its native France, Angel and Tony is a small-scale drama about an oddball romance. READ MORE
With the surge in interest for Scandinavian crime fiction, it was only a matter of time before Norway’s Jo Nesbø found one of his books making the leap to the big screen. READ MORE
This Must Be the Place is a love letter from an affectionate misanthrope, delighting in the ebullient self-delusion of America, the innocent overblown self-satisfaction, the unexamined eccentricityREAD MORE
Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark is a decent attempt at recapturing an archaic horror tale but fails to deliver.READ MORE
They – them Hollywood lot – they’re just throwing you scraps, yet they know that in the right mood everyone wants to see proper movies with proper guys doing proper stunts.READ MORE
Brutal, dank, disturbing, devastating, sickening and also pretty scary – In Darkness is a film about the Holocaust, yes, but not quite as expected.READ MORE
Memorable comedies boast likeable characters, interesting ideas, wit and timing. Passable comedies have at least one of these components. This Means War has none.READ MORE
One star for the Worst Scenes, five stars for the True Scenes.READ MORE
Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy matures at its own deliberate pace in a marvellous recreation of sharp 70s style and growing anxiety, fitting of Le Carré’s work.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
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Brock Norman Brock on how Yardie was written for the screen.
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