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Victoria – Review

Fearless and virtuosic, Victoria's one-take style is both a fascinating formal experiment and a thrilling, interpolating cinematic technique in its own right. Nils Frahm's hypnotic and atmospheric score...
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Zootropolis – Review

Disney's animation division continue their terrific form of recent years with this consistently surprising and charm-packed tale of friendship, acceptance and inclusivity. With its winning voice cast,...
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Hail, Caesar! – Review

The uproarious and star-studded Hail Caesar! demonstrates the Coens on fine form indeed – whilst not quite up to the standard of their very best, this spiritual successor to Barton Fink sits very comfortably...
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Top 10 Breakup Movies

You can keep your roses and chocolates. For the truly miserable, there's only one thing for it on Valentine's day - sit down (alone) in the dark and watch a classic breakup movie to remind yourself of all the...

Youth – Review

Michael Caine's best work in years and a strong supporting cast isn't quite enough to lift the evocative, elegant yet slight Youth beyond the (admittedly absorbing) curio it is. If nothing else, the...

Spotlight – Review

Absorbing and understated, Spotlight handles its complex subject matter with class, restraint and, vitally, balance. A cast on their A-game add depth and humanity to their intriguing characters - who are...

Sherpa – Review

It's not often that a documentary crew goes out to shoot one film but tragic events and political circumstance force them to adapt and create a different film altogether. Sherpa is one such film and is all...
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The Assassin – Review

The Assassin is undeniably one of the most beautiful-looking films to come out all year - however fans of interesting characters, cinematic thrills and coherent narratives should look elsewhere. A...