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  • Steve Jobs – Review ***

    Let’s get it out of the way – Danny Boyle’s Steve Jobs is much, much better than Joshua Michael Stern’s Jobs (you know, the one...

  • Room – Review ****

    With a limited release last year in the US, you can tell that Room was not expected to surpass the independent and festival circuits. However,...

  • EE British Academy Film Awards in 2016 Winners Announced

    Tonight the winners of the EE British Academy Film Awards in 2016, or, to the man, woman or grizzly bear on the street, the BAFTAs, were...

  • Joy – Review **

    Since exiting Director’s Jail with 2010’s The Fighter, David O Russell has made a series of comedy dramas around eclectic families that have succeeded with...

  • Deadpool – Review *****

    WARNING: MINOR SPOILERS AND NUDITY It is a rare feat, to have a film as gripping from the initial credits to the final ones (and...

  • Straight Outta Compton- Review ****

    Oscar nominated Hollywood biopic Straight Outta Compton chronicles the lives of Hip Hop Artists N.W.A. and their powerful, revolutionary rise to stardom. 1980s California. Five young rappers...

  • Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead – Review *****

    Everyone knows Shakespeare’s Hamlet, but have you ever wondered how would it feel like to be inside the story? And we’re not talking about being...

  • The Talk – Review *****

    There’s one day in the life of every parent that the dreaded Talk needs to happen – and if you think you know what we’re...

  • Lost in Karastan – Review **

    A gentle dark comedy, Lost in Karastan is directed and co-scripted (the co-writer being Ida’s Pawel Pawlikowski) by British filmmaker Bob Hopkins. In this co-production...

  • The Revenant – Review ****

    There is little doubt that Leonardo DiCaprio deserves an Oscar. Whether he does for The Revenant is a whole other question. Having suffered through terrible cold, eating...