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Michael Fassbender

A Dangerous Method

A Dangerous Method – Review

In 1904, a young Russian woman, Sabina Spielrein (Keira Knightley) is dragged - literally kicking and screaming - into the Zurich clinic of a rising doctor, Carl Jung (Michael Fasbender). Using t...

British dramas honoured by Evening Standard

British dramas honoured by Evening Standard

Lynne Ramsay's We Need to Talk About Kevin picked up the Best Film award at the Evening Standard's annual celebration of British cinema. The honour will be a psychological boost, if nothing else, ahead of this weekend's BAFTAs, where the...

London critics back Artist and Separation

London critics back Artist and Separation

The London Film Critics' Circle is the latest awards body to honour the silent film The Artist with its Best Film prize. The group also gave prizes to the film's director, Michel Hazanavicius, and lead actor, Jean Dujardin. The London critics picked We Need To Talk About Kevin as their best Britis...


Haywire – Review

Mallory (Gina Carano) is trying to keep a low profile, dressed in black, slumped at a table in the corner of a remote diner. When Aaron (Channing Tatum) storms in and sits down at her table, she ...


Shame – Review

Brandon (Michael Fassbender) likes women and women like Brandon. He thinks nothing of picking up women on the subway, in bars or even in work and if they fail, he's perfectly happy to pay for sex...

Tyrannosaur is the King of the BIFAs

Tyrannosaur is the King of the BIFAs

With three of the top awards at the 14th British Independent Film Awards, the dark drama Tyrannosaur was the big winner of the night, at the ceremony at Old Billingsgate. It was voted the Best British Independent Film, with director...

Jane Eyre

Jane Eyre – Review

A desperate, plain young woman, Jane Eyre (Mia Wasikowska) flees from a country estate in nineteenth century England, and is grateful to be taken in by a young clergyman, St John Rivers (Jamie Bel...

Strong women and a Scottish ambush - it must be Neil Marshall

Strong women and a Scottish ambush – it must be Neil Marshall

Since his debut feature, Dog Soldiers, in 2002, Neil Marshall has carved somewhat of a niche for himself in the British film industry as a director who provides big, shameless entertainment for surprisingly small budgets. Back then, a handful of soldiers on a training exercise in Scotland found the...


Centurion – Review

Quintus (Fassbender) is centurion in the Roman army, stationed at the empire's most northerly point, on the border with Scotland. Based on intelligence from insiders north of the border, he's s...

Fish Tank

Fish Tank – Review

Teenaged tearaway Mia (Jarvis) lives in a run-down tower-block on a run-down Essex estate with her run-down Essex-girl mum (Wareing) and run-down tearaway younger sister Tyler (Griffiths). Mia is...

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