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Loving Vincent – Review

Told in Van Gogh’s own language – through some of his letters and, quite literally, through his unmistakeable painting style – Loving Vincent is a lavish feast for the eyes. There are the vibrant yellows...
Bill Nighy

The Limehouse Golem – Review

The Victorian era has provided fertile ground for cinema’s lust for murder, mystery, and debauchery, particularly around the unsolved Jack the Ripper murders. What The Limehouse Golem offers is a precursor...

The Riot Club – Review

Scherfig balances An Education’s idealisation of Oxford University with this saga of undergraduate decadence and debauchery. The first act, particularly the prologue, verges into seemingly unintentional...

Noah – Review

Darren Aronofsky's liberal retelling of the classic Genesis myth is notably epic in both its newly modernised relevance, and its biblically requisite sense of scale. However, much of the tale's innate...