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The Big Year

The Big Year – Review

American bird-watchers - or birders, as they prefer to be called - indulge in what they call the "Big Year" - a competition to see who can spot the most species of birds during a calendar year. ... Read On

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Resistance – Review

In this alternative version of history, the D-Day landings failed and Germany invaded Britain towards the tail-end of the second World War. As Nazi troops pushed their way north and west across t... Read On

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Jane Eyre

Jane Eyre – Review

A desperate, plain young woman, Jane Eyre (Mia Wasikowska) flees from a country estate in nineteenth century England, and is grateful to be taken in by a young clergyman, St John Rivers (Jamie Bel... Read On

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Rango – Review

A pet chameleon (Johnny Depp) with Broadway ambitions has his easy family life shattered – along with his vivarium – in a motorway accident. Finding himself stranded in the searing sunshine alon... Read On

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Panique au Village: A Town Called Panic

Panique au Village: A Town Called Panic – Review

In a world where everyone and everything is the kind of child’s toy that are supported by little plastic base plates, Cheval – who anyone who can recall their schoolboy French will work out is a h... Read On

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Eat Pray Love

Eat Pray Love – Review

Liz Gilbert (Julia Roberts) is a New York author going through a bit of an early mid-life crisis. Despite having a wealthy, handsome, loving husband Stephen (Billy Crudup), with whom she shares a... Read On

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The Wildest Dreams

The Wildest Dreams – Review

In 1924, legendry British explorer, George Mallory, and his assistant, Andrew Sandy, vanished as they tried to reach the top of Mount Everest. They were seen alive just 800 feet from the peak. ... Read On

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The Karate Kid

The Karate Kid – Review

When young Dre Parker’s (Jaden Smith) father dies, his mother Sherry (Taraji P Henson) takes a job in China. Neither of them speaks Chinese, which makes it all the more difficult for the pair of t... Read On

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Extraordinary Measures

Extraordinary Measures – Review

John Crowley (Fraser) is a high-powered executive at a Portland-based drug company. He and his wife Aileen (Russell) are running out of options to save the lives of two of their children, who ha... Read On

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Leap Year

Leap Year – Review

Anna (Adams) is desperate to get married. Her heart surgeon boyfriend Jeremy (Scott) is less so. As luck would have it, they’re looking to move in together and being married will greatly increas... Read On

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