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The Two Faces of January – Review

The Two Faces of January – Review

Director: Hossein Amini - Starring: Viggo Mortensen, Kirsten Dunst, Oscar Isaac... Read On

2 Days in New York

2 Days in New York – Review

Four years after Marion (Julie Delpy) stopped off to visit her parents in Paris for two days, she's broken up with her boyfriend Jack and moved in with her new man Mingus (Chris Rock) in New York... Read On

The Guard – Review

The Guard – Review

Sergeant Gerry Boyle (Brendan Gleeson) is the top dog at the police station in a sleepy coastal town in western Ireland. He's none too impressed by the arrival in town of his new partner f... Read On


Super – Review

Short-order cook Frank (Rainn Wilson) is the archetypal movie loser, but he’s got just a little bit of fire in him. There are only two proud moments in his life. One, when he pointed in the direct... Read On


Chloe – Review

English professor David (Neeson) and leading doctor Catherine (Moore) live in a fantastic hilltop mansion in Toronto with their gifted son Michael (Thieriot). To the outside world, their life see... Read On

The Ugly Truth

The Ugly Truth – Review

Abby (Heigl) produces a local TV news show whose ratings are struggling. One night, after a bad blind date, her cat treads on the remote control and she finds herself watching loathsome chauvinis... Read On


Good – Review

In 1930s Germany, literature professor and sometime author John (Mortensen) and doctor Maurice (Isaacs) are inseparable best friends. Maurice is Jewish, John isn’t, but among other things, they shar... Read On

Vicky Cristina Barcelona

Vicky Cristina Barcelona – Review

Vicky (Hall) knows what she wants - her fiance Doug. Cristina (Johansson) knows only what she doesn't want - to settle down with one guy. They head to Barcelona to spend the summer with Vicky's ol... Read On


Hunger – Review

In the early 1980s, at the height of The Troubles in Northern Ireland, a group of IRA prisoners at the Maze Prison began a protest against the authorities, demanding recognition of the political sta... Read On

Charlie Bartlett

Charlie Bartlett – Review

When precocious rich-boy Charlie Bartlett (Yelchin) is expelled from his private school for running a fake-ID business, even his alcoholic mother's (Davis) cheque-book isn't big enough to keep him... Read On

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