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Death at a Funeral

Death at a Funeral – Review

A funeral is always an emotional time for a family, but when Aaron’s (Chris Rock) father dies, no-one can be prepared for the disasters that ensue. From the wrong body being delivered, to family ... Read On

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Fermats Room

Fermats Room – Review

A mysterious mathematician, calling himself Fermat – after his famous antecedent – brings together four of Spain’s best mathematical minds for what’s advertised to be an exclusive mental retreat – w... Read On

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Chri

Chéri – Review

It’s 1920s Paris and Lea de Lonval (Pfeiffer) is a retired courtesan, spending her romance-less days with ladies who lunch - including Madame Peloux (Bates). Madame Peloux moans about how her teenag... Read On

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Choke

Choke – Review

Where to start? So, Victor (Rockwell) is a sex addict, who works as an extra in an eighteenth century colonial theme park, doing little more than suffering the indignity of having rotten fruit th... Read On

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Kung Fu Panda

Kung Fu Panda – Review

Po (Black) is a big, fat, greedy, lazy panda – not the description you’d expect for someone who’s about to be picked as the Dragon Warrior, to save the village. Everyone is expecting this honour to ... Read On

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Hancock

Hancock – Review

Scene 1: Alcoholic super-hero Hancock (Smith) leaves a trail of devastation everywhere he goes, so instead of people loving him and thanking him for saving the city from crime, they hate him for a... Read On

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Miss Pettigrew Lives for a Day – Review

Miss Pettigrew Lives for a Day – Review

Set in 1939 Britain on the eve of the Second World War, a middle-aged governess, Miss Pettigrew (Frances McDormand) is fired from her job and ends up cold and hungry in the streets of London. ... Read On

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The Cottage

The Cottage – Review

Nightclub bouncer David (Serkis) ropes in his weedy brother Peter (Shearsmith) to kidnap his boss’s daughter Tracey (Ellison) for the ransom money. They hide out in a remote woodland cottage, while ... Read On

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Lions for Lambs

Lions for Lambs – Review

This film essentially presents the audience with three separate, but linked hour-long conversations, taking place in three locations, simultaneously – Washington DC, Afghanistan and California. I... Read On

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Fantastic 4: Rise of the Silver Surfer

Fantastic 4: Rise of the Silver Surfer – Review

Sue Storm (Alba) is getting fed up. She wants to marry her fiancé Reed Richards (Gruffudd) but he keeps finding other things to do, like design sensors for the military to protect the planet from al... Read On

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