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Breathe – Review

This was originally reviewed on 04/10/17 as part of London Film Festival. A sweeping and truly British love story, Breathe marks the directorial debut of Andy Serkis. He tackles the true story of Robin...
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Breathe – LFF 2017 Review

A sweeping and truly British love story, Breathe marks the directorial debut of Andy Serkis. He tackles the true story of Robin Cavendish (Andrew Garfield), a young man in the late 1950s who suddenly finds his...
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Hacksaw Ridge – Review

To Mel Gibson and Andrew Garfield, Hacksaw Ridge is a shot at redemption. For Garfield, it’s to be taken seriously again after the failure of the Amazing Spider-Man films. For Gibson, well, it’s a lot more...
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Team Talk: Silence

It's a new year, and eight days in we're already questioning whether God exists. Martin Scorsese's Silence came out on New Year's Day in the UK and it's rather divided audiences. Critics on our shores have...
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Silence – Review

The sound of Silence is astonishing. Insects, waves, weather, chanting, groaning and, yes, prolonged silence - these elements combine into a sensory experience at once rich and austere. The clash of languages...
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99 Homes – Review

Laborer Dennis (Garfield) has his house foreclosed; desperate and inhabiting a small apartment with his son and mother, he winds up working for the slimeball who evicted him (Shannon). Bahrani, one of the...