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Anna Karenina – Review

Anna Karenina – Review

Director: Joe Wright - Screenwriter: Leo Tolstoy (novel), Tom Stoppard (Screenplay) - Starring: Aaron Johnson-Taylor, Alicia Vikander, Domhall Gleeson, Emily Watson, Holliday Grainger, Jude Law, Keira Knightley, Kelly Macdonald, Matthew Macfadyen, Olivia Williams, Ruth Wilson...


Contraband – Review

Andy (Caleb Landry Jones) is in over his head. He's a young lad who's got into the smuggling game his brother-in-law Chris (Mark Wahlberg) has recently quit. When the authorities board his ship...

Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy

Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy – Review

In 1970s London, with the Cold War raging, Control (John Hurt) is running the Secret Intelligence Service, MI6. He suspects that someone at the top of the service – among the most senior officers...


Paul – Review

Two British sci-fi geeks, Graeme (Simon Pegg) and Clive (Nick Frost) are making a road-trip across the US, taking in sites familiar to UFO-fans, including Area 51 and Roswell. No amount of stud...

Green Zone

Green Zone – Review

Chief Warrant Officer Roy Miller (Damon) leads a team of American soldiers in Baghdad in the run-up to the invasion that ousted Saddam Hussein. His job is to target the locations pinpointed by ...

A Serious Man

A Serious Man – Review

One bitterly cold winter, somewhere in the nineteenth century, an elderly man returns home to his wife in some eastern European forest hut and tells her in Yiddish about an encounter he had in the...

The Soloist

The Soloist – Review

Steve Lopez (Downey Jr) is one of those down-on-his-luck newspaper columnists, in search of the story that will restore his reputation. He’s recently broken up from his wife (Keener) who’s his ed...


Frost/Nixon – Review

We've just said goodbye to an American president who really divided the nation. Arguably one of the few presidents to have left power under more of a cloud was Richard Nixon (Langella), who you'll...

Burn After Reading (15) US/UK (Working Title) 95 mins

Burn After Reading – Review

CIA agent Osbourne Cox (Malkovich) is having a bad week. When he gets home and tells his cold-hearted, unfaithful, miserable snob of a wife Katie (Swinton) that he’s been fired, it’s all she needs t...


Atonement – Review

1935 England, and the country estate of the wealthy Tallis family; precocious thirteen year old Briony (Ronan) has just finished writing her first play. She’s rehearsing it with her cousins to put...

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