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Beasts of No Nation – LFF Review

Despite a light, almost joyful opening, Beasts of No Nation is, unsurprisingly, no easy watch. It charts a descent into further – and constant – brutality. Once bright but traumatised youngster Agu (a...

The Gunman – Review

Just when Liam Neeson looked to become the genre’s leading man, the leather-faced Sean Penn wants a piece of the revenge-action pie, here starring as former hitman-with-a-heart Jim Terrier. The crux of...