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The Glass Castle – Review

The Glass Castle doesn’t just beg the question of where the line between eccentric and irresponsible parenting lies; it dives headlong into the murky grey area in between. This is where we remain for the...
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Wilson – Review

The grumpy old(er) man comedy is a great tradition. See Alexander Payne’s About Schmidt, or the forthcoming A Man Called Ove for examples of hilarious cantankerousness ultimately giving way to a heartwarming...

The Edge of Seventeen – Review

Move over John Hughes – Kelly Fremon Craig is in the house. And she’s just penned AND directed one of the best coming-of-age films of 2016. But while relative newcomer Craig’s work is a delight to...
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Now You See Me 2 – Review

Now You See Me 2’s pledge is simple: to be Now You See Me all over again. It’s no mistake or misdirection - this is the same trick they did last time. That doesn’t spoil all of the fun though - the...
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Triple 9 – Review

Director John Hillcoat is a master of the visceral, slightly depressing mood, so it's a surprise that he's whipped a completely different rabbit out of the hat with Triple 9. This occasionally clever...