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Billy Elliot dances its way to the top in the UK

Billy Elliot dances its way to the top in the UK

For the first time ever, a live event has topped the charts in the form of Billy Elliot the Musical, which took £1,904,098 from more than 500 screens across the UK on September 28th. It was broadcast live from London’s Victoria Palace Theatre and was the widest ever cinema release of a live event...

The Equalizer – Review

The Equalizer – Review

Director: Antoine Fuqua - Starring: Denzel Washington, Chloë Grace Moretz, Martin Csokas, David Harbour, Johnny Skourtis, Melissa Leo, Bill Pullman, David Meunier, Hayley Bennett, Vladimir Kulich, Alex Veadov...

Carrie – Review

Carrie – Review

Director: Kimberly Peirce - Starring: Chloë Grace Moretz, Julianne Moore, Gabriella Wilde, Ansel Elgort, Portia Doubleday, Alex Russell, Judy Greer, Barry Shabaka Henley...

Kick Ass 2 kicks ass in the UK

Kick Ass 2 kicks ass in the UK

The British-American superhero action- comedy film Kick Ass 2 reached the top spot at last weekend’s UK box office.  The sequel to Kick-Ass is written and directed by Jeff Wadlow and follows the costumed high-school hero Kick-Ass, played by Aaron Taylor-Johnson, as he joins with a group of normal...

Dark Shadows

Dark Shadows – Review

In the 1760s, the Collins family moved from Liverpool to America's northeast coast and set up a fishing business so successful that a whole town grew up around it. But when the advances of their...


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...

Let Me In

Let Me In – Review

Twelve year old Owen (Kodi Smit-McPhee) is an only child - and a lonely child. He gets picked on at school and spends most of his spare time sitting outside, alone, on the housing estate where he ...


Kick-Ass – Review

High school comic-book nerd Dave (Johnson) can’t understand why more people don’t try to prevent crime, by dressing up as super-heroes. “Because they’d get their asses kicked” is the perfectly rea...

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