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Macbeth – Review

Macbeth – Review

DIRECTOR: Justin Kurzel - CAST: Michael Fassbender, Marion Cotillard, Paddy Considine, Sean Harris, David Thewlis, Elizabeth Debicki, Amber Rissmann, David Hayman, Hilton McRae, Jack Reynor, James Harkness, Kayla Fallon, Lynn Kennedy, Rebecca Benson, Ross Anderson, Roy Sampson, Scott Dymond, Seylan Baxter... Read On

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Tracks – Review

Tracks – Review

Director: John Curran - Starring: Mia Wasikowska, Adam Driver, Rainer Bock, John Flaus, Robert Coleby, Roly Mintuma, Bryan Probets, Tim Rogers, Carol Burns, Felicity Steel, Daisy Walkabout... Read On

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Gangster Squad – Review

Gangster Squad – Review

Director: Ruben Fleischer - Starring: Josh Brolin, Sean Penn, Ryan Gosling, Emma Stone, Giovanni Ribisi, Mireille Enos, Anthony Mackie, Robert Patrick, Michael Peña, Nick Nolte, Jon Polito, Dennis Cockrum, Josh Pence, Holt McCallany, Frank Grillo, Troy Garity, Sullivan Stapleton, Evan Jones, John Aylward, Jack McGee ... Read On

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Red Lights

Red Lights – Review

Margaret Matheson (Sigourney Weaver) is a psychologist who debunks fraudulent psychics - a modern-day American version of Rebecca Hall's Florence in The Awakening, if you like. She's generally ... Read On

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Dark Shadows

Dark Shadows – Review

In the 1760s, the Collins family moved from Liverpool to America's northeast coast and set up a fishing business so successful that a whole town grew up around it. But when the advances of their... Read On

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Albert Nobbs – Review

Albert Nobbs – Review

Albert Nobbs (Glenn Close) in a middle-aged waiter in an upmarket hotel in 19th century Dublin. He generally keeps himself to himself and even while taking breakfast with the other hotel staff, ke... Read On

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The Debt – Review

The Debt – Review

In Israel in 1997, author Sarah (Romi Aboulafia) is about to publish a book about her mother Rachel’s (Helen Mirren) exploits as a Mossad agent, thirty years earlier. Rachel reads a passage from ... Read On

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Cell 211

Cell 211 – Review

Juan (Alberto Ammann) is excited, but more than a little anxious, about his new job, as a guard at a top security prison. Leaving his heavily pregnant wife Elena alone at home, he decides to pop a... Read On

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Made in Dagenham

Made in Dagenham – Review

Back in 1968, Ford tried to save a bit of money by reclassifying 187 seamstresses, working in a stuffy, leaking factory, as “unskilled” so it could pay them the same rate as the cleaners, rather t... Read On

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Mesrine: Killer Instinct

Mesrine: Killer Instinct – Review

In the late 1950s, a young Jacques Mesrine (Cassel), was serving with the French army in Algeria. There, he developed – if not a taste for – an immunity to violence. After being discharged from the ... Read On

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