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Gleason – Review

In the sport of American football, a defensive back exists as the last line of defence, a role that requires immense physical ability as well as unwavering bravery. Your job is to navigate through obstacles,...
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A Cure For Wellness – Review

Lunacy (noun): extreme folly or eccentricity. To run that definition over Gore Verbinksi’s new horror epic as a cohesive, "lunatic", work feels almost redundant due to the impossible about-turns and...
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War Dogs – Review

From the Frat House to the frontline, via Vegas and some misjudged sequels, Todd Phillips has popped a handful of painkillers and the hangover’s clearing. With War Dogs, his first foray into true - well,...
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Demolition – Review

With a performance that cements his standing as one of the most consistent leading men in Hollywood, Jake Gyllenhaal shines as the twitchy, introverted Davis, a banker struggling with the sudden death of his...
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The Revenant – Review

Born from what's now becoming infamous as one of the most demanding shoots of all time, masterful filmmaker Iñárritu drags his camera through the frozen upper midwest and, with it, the shredded nerves...
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Joy – Review

After a colourful introduction to Hollywood with high profile bust-ups on previous sets, David O. Russell has developed into one of the most dependable and Oscar-friendly directors on the...
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Krampus – Review

When December hits, cinemas are annually awash with gushy rom-coms and nauseating morality tales, but with 2015 comes a breath of fresh, yet ghoulish air with the decidedly creepy Krampus. Combining...
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Love – Review

Gaspar Noé, a cinematic denizen of the controversial and envelope-pushing returns with only his fourth film in twenty eight years. Love, a 3D extravaganza, details a fractious relationship through the...
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Kill Your Friends – Review

In 2008, after working in the shark-infested British music scene, John Niven penned the seminal Kill Your Friends, with a lead character equal parts Bateman and Belfort and here brought to life by that...
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Crimson Peak – Review

When you think of skin-crawlingly sinister yet emotionally hefty cinema, the first name that springs to mind is undoubtedly veteran auteur Guillermo del Toro and his stylistic masterpiece Pan's...
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The Walk – Review

Robert Zemeckis has forged a career from never being far from the latest in cinematic technology, and following forays into performance capture animation, he now makes his bow into live-action 3D filmmaking...
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Straight Outta Compton – Review

In 1988, NWA's 'Fuck tha Police' exploded out of Californian boomboxes as not only a statement to ignite a stagnant music scene but a war cry against statewide police brutality and racial profiling. It goes...