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Prisoners – Review

Prisoners – Review

Director: Denis Villeneuve - Starring: Hugh Jackman, Jake Gyllenhaal, Paul Dano, Melissa Leo, Maria Bello, Terrence Howard, Viola Davis, Erin Gerasimovich, Dylan Minnette, Kyla Drew Simmons, Zoe Soul, Wayne DuVall, Len Cariou, David Dastmalchian... Read On

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The Help

The Help – Review

In the early 1960s, ambitious young journalist Skeeter (Emma Stone) returns home to Jackson, Mississippi from college and manages to get a job at the local paper - but only writing a column about ... Read On

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Trust

Trust – Review

For her fourteenth birthday, Chicago schoolgirl Annie (Liana Liberato) gets a new laptop from Mum and Dad (Catherine Keener and Clive Owen). Before long, she’s met young Charlie in a chat-room – ... Read On

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Eat Pray Love

Eat Pray Love – Review

Liz Gilbert (Julia Roberts) is a New York author going through a bit of an early mid-life crisis. Despite having a wealthy, handsome, loving husband Stephen (Billy Crudup), with whom she shares a... Read On

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Knight & Day

Knight & Day – Review

Jane (Cameron Diaz) isn’t your typical movie mechanic. A sexy thirtysomething blonde, she’s on her way back home for her sister’s wedding, having flown halfway across the US to buy a part for a ca... Read On

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Law Abiding Citizen

Law Abiding Citizen – Review

The world of respectable law-abiding family man Clyde Shelton (Butler) is turned upside down when two thugs, Darby (Stolte) and Ames (Stewart), burst into his house, stab him and leave him to watch ... Read On

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State of Play

State of Play – Review

Cal (Crowe) is about as old-fashioned as reporters could be – driving around in his cluttered car, clutching his spiral-bound notepad as he sweet-talks police to get the story. The story he’s been g... Read On

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Doubt

Doubt – Review

In mid 1960s New York, Sister Aloysius (Streep) is the principal at a very strict Catholic school. Father Flynn (Seymour Hoffman) is the much-admired priest, who oversees the religious development o... Read On

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