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Review: ‘71

’71 will be an entirely different experience for different groups of viewers depending on how old they are and how much they are aware...
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Review: Violette

Simone de Beauvoir is one of the most acclaimed writers or the twentieth century, and one of the most prominent female writers of all...
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Review: Cathedrals of Culture

Cards on the table right off the bat, I’m not a fan of architecture beyond the occasional, “Ooh, that building is pretty,” whilst on...
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Review: What We Did on Our Holiday

I am a huge fan of the terrifically funny TV show Outnumbered which has been popping up on British TV screens since 2007 and...
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Review: Dracula Untold

In recent years Marvel Studios have made a name for themselves creating an incredible world of movies which intersect and meet on the silver...
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Review: The Boxtrolls

In a few weeks my local cinema will start their annual Discovery Film Festival, two weeks of films and activities aimed primarily at kids...
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Review: Maps to the Stars

David Cronenberg has managed to get to a certain point in his career where he commands enough respect to secure an incredibly star-studded cast...
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Review: Ida

I was describing the concept of Ida to someone at work today before heading down to the cinema to see it – a black...
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Review: Gone Girl

I love David Fincher as a director, he is easily up there in my top five with films like Seven, Fight Club, The Social...
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Review: In Order of Disappearance (Kraftidioten)

It’s been a while since I’ve seen a good revenge thriller that doesn’t come off as a rip-off of either Oldboy or more recently...