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Review: Boyhood

It’s not uncommon for a film to spend years in a writer or director’s head, decades in development hell or a couple of years...
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Review: Cycling with Molière

It’s seems somewhat sensible for me to have sandwiched Cycling with Molière where I have in my review schedule, right between one of the...
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Review: Dawn of the Planet of the Apes

This summer has been a remarkably good one for blockbusters with only one weak link in an otherwise very impressive chain (we’re looking at...
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Review: Under the Rainbow (Au bout du conte)

It’s a bit of a slow week this in terms of releases both at the multiplex and the far superior local cinema. Only one...
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Review: Cold in July

Cold in July is an interesting film, it doesn’t shoehorn itself into any one genre, instead straddling multiple and never really allowing you a...
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Transformers: Age of Extinction Review

How many films do you go into and as soon as the name appears on the screen you mutter under your breath, “Here we...
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Review: Jersey Boys

If you’re a longtime follower of this site (we’ve been around for almost two years now, who’d have guessed?) then you’ll know that I...
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Review: The Hundred-Year Old Man Who Climbed Out the Window and Disappeared

With a name like that you really don’t know what to expect, do you? I suppose at least you can guess that it’s going...
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Review: Fruitvale Station

Spoiler warning: This film is based on well-documented true events, should you not be aware of the Fruitvale Station shooting and not wish for...
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Review: How to Train Your Dragon 2

The Viking village of Berk has moved on a lot in five years, with dragons all over the place and celebrated instead of feared....