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Noah – Review

Noah – Review

Director: Darren Aronofsky - Starring: Russell Crowe, Jennifer Connelly, Anthony Hopkins, Ray Winstone, Douglas Booth, Emma Watson, Logan Lerman... Read On

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The Sweeney – Review

The Sweeney – Review

Director: Nick Love - Writers: Nick Love, John Hodge - Starring: Ray Winstone, Ben Drew, Damian Lewis, Steven Mackintosh, Hayley Atwell, Paul Anderson, Kara Tointon, Alan Ford, Steven Waddington, Allan Corduner... Read On

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Snow White and the Huntsman

Snow White and the Huntsman – Review

The widowed king - and father of Snow White (Kristen Stewart) - hasn't been able to love anyone else since the death of his queen. But when he finds a beautiful damsel, Ravenna (Charlize Theron)... Read On

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Hugo

Hugo – Review

In 1930s Paris, young orphan Hugo (Asa Butterfield) secretly lives in a hidden room at Montparnasse station, winding the clocks by day and using his horologist skills by night to try to fix an aut... Read On

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Rango

Rango – Review

A pet chameleon (Johnny Depp) with Broadway ambitions has his easy family life shattered – along with his vivarium – in a motorway accident. Finding himself stranded in the searing sunshine alon... Read On

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Edge of Darkness

Edge of Darkness – Review

Tough Boston detective Thomas Craven (Gibson) lives a solitary life, so he’s particularly excited that his estranged daughter Emma (Novakovic) is coming to stay. He picks her up from the airport a... Read On

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44 Inch Chest

44 Inch Chest – Review

Things appear to be going well for tough guy Colin (Winstone), until his wife Liz (Whalley) informs him that she’s leaving him for another man – a French waiter (Poupaud). He takes this rather badly... Read On

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Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll

Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll – Review

As we join this biopic of the legendary British punk entertainer Ian Dury, he's rehearsing downstairs at home, with his first band, Kilburn & The High Roads, while his wife Betty (Williams) is givi... Read On

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Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull

Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull – Review

It’s 1957 and the height of the Cold War. Indiana Jones (Ford) and his British sidekick Mac McHale (Winstone) are kidnapped by the Russians and taken to a military warehouse to find a crate which co... Read On

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Breaking And Entering

Breaking And Entering – Review

Will (Law) and Sandy (Freeman) are very excited about where their architecture firm is going – they’ve won a huge contract to regenerate the dilapidated Kings Cross area of London, and they’ve moved... Read On

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