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Crazy, Stupid, Love.

Crazy, Stupid, Love. – Review

Cal (Steve Carell) and Emily (Julianne Moore) were childhood sweethearts. Twenty five years on, they have fallen into that comfortable family life that’s enough for him but not for her. When a fli... Read On

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Cowboys & Aliens

Cowboys & Aliens – Review

It’s the 1870s and Jake (Daniel Craig) wakes, dazed, in the Arizona desert, having no idea who he is – where he is – or indeed how he got there. The only clue is a mysterious metal bracelet that ... Read On

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The Lincoln Lawyer

The Lincoln Lawyer – Review

Mick Haller (Matthew McConaughey) is one of those Hollywood defence lawyers we’ve become familiar with – ruthlessly effective at getting the bad guy off, but with a worthy moral code buried just s... Read On

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Happy-Go-Lucky

Happy-Go-Lucky – Review

Happy-Go-Lucky Poppy (Hawkins) lives in a north London flat-share with best friend Zoe (Zegerman). She’s a bright and bubbly primary school teacher, with a heart of gold, a love of flamenco and a ta... Read On

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Things We Lost In The Fire

Things We Lost In The Fire – Review

Audrey (Halle Berry) and Brian (Duchovny) are happily married with two young kids, when Brian dies suddenly. Among the hoards at his funeral is his child-hood best friend Jerry (del Toro), a drug... Read On

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Talk To Me

Talk To Me – Review

In 1960s Washington DC and when young radio executive Dewey Hughes (Ejiofor) visits his brother in prison, he hears the jail DJ, mouthy Petey Greene (Cheadle) and tells him to “look him up” when he ... Read On

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Amazing Grace

Amazing Grace – Review

Towards the end of the 1700, there’s a growing feeling that perhaps the Slave Trade isn’t as defensible as it once was. Hull MP William Wilberforce (Gruffudd) has frequently failed in his attempts t... Read On

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Hidden – Review

Hidden – Review

Georges (Auteuil) and his wife Anne (Binoche) are going though a bit of a rough spot – with each other and with their teenaged son, Pierrot (Makedonsky). Georges makes his living as the presenter of... Read On

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The Brothers Grimm

The Brothers Grimm – Review

It’s the first half of the 19th Century, along an ever-changing French-German border, and the Grimm brothers take their entourage from town to town, earning a crust by defeating demons and wiping ou... Read On

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Kinsey – Review

Kinsey – Review

In 1940s America, anthropolgist Alfred Kinsey (Neeson) shocks fellow academics when he turns his time and resources to a study of the sexual activities of men. By interviewing thousands of men acros... Read On

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