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Maria Larssons Everlasting Moments

Maria Larssons Everlasting Moments – Review

In early 1900s Sweden, Maria (Heiskanen) is a miserable mother of an ever-growing brood, struggling to keep her family’s heads above water, while her husband Sigfrid (Persbrandt) – a good person dee... Read On

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Forgetting Sarah Marshall

Forgetting Sarah Marshall – Review

Hollywood composer Peter (Segel) is devastated when his TV actress girlfriend Sarah (Bell) dumps him. On the advice of his best mate (Hader), he takes himself to his favourite Hawaiian retreat for... Read On

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Funny Games US

Funny Games US – Review

Wealthy couple Ann (Watts) and George (Roth) take their son Georgie (Gearhart) to their idyllic, lakeside country home for a holiday. They arrive to find a couple of clean-cut teenage boys stayin... Read On

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27 Dresses

27 Dresses – Review

Always the bridesmaid, never the bride. Jane (Heigl) wonders why – it’s probably got a lot to do with the fact that she has an unrequited crush on her perfect boss, George (Burns). So well practi... Read On

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The Bank Job

The Bank Job – Review

Small-time 1970s London car-dealer and garage-owner Terry (Statham) is deep in debt to a bunch of gangsters who send the heavies round to smash up his cars to remind him just what’ll happen to him i... Read On

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United 93

United 93 – Review

The tag-line on the posters pretty much sums up all you need to know about the plot: “September 11, 2001. Four planes were hijacked. Three of them reached their target. This is the story of the four... Read On

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Dont Come Knocking

Dont Come Knocking – Review

Howard (Shepard) is the Clint Eastwood of his world – a huge movie star, much-loved for his cowboy roles, and now in his twilight years. The difference is that while Clint Eastwood goes on and on an... Read On

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Imaginary Heroes – Review

Matt (Pardue) is a champion swimmer, but can’t stand the pressure, so he kills himself. His younger brother Tim (Hirsch) is our narrator in the story of how the family struggles to cope with his sui... Read On

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The Door In The Floor – Review

S IT LIKE? This film has many levels: the couple's bereavement and marriage breakdown and the teenager learning that life's full of failed hopes and dashed expectations. Bridges is in top form as t... Read On

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