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James Hay - Cinema Editor

Jeune et Jolie

Jeune et Jolie is a frank coming-of-age tale told through the experiences of one 17 year-old girl and her family. And that’s what this film is all about: experiences. Not romanticised nostalgia
March 25, 2014

Captain America: The Winter Soldier

Cap is back! And he’s bigger (literally, if that’s possible), cooler and more badass than ever in Captain America: The Winter Soldier. Chris Evans reprises his role as the eponymous hero, no
March 24, 2014

RoboCop

RoboCop is a well-judged and competent reboot. Joel Kinnaman does a decent job as Alex Murphy, the ‘Cop’ who is put inside the ‘Robo’. The CG on the suit is naturally very
February 7, 2014

Out Of The Furnace

Christian Bale leads an all-star cast in Out of the Furnace, a gritty drama centred on the lives of two brothers, Russell and Rodney Baze, living in small town America and struggling
January 25, 2014

The Complex

Hideo Nakata is famed for bringing into the world some of film’s truly darkest horror creations. None more so than 1998’s Ring, and no, not the dumbed-down-over-obvious-Hollywood-Naomi-Watts-screaming version but the genuinely terrifying
January 24, 2014

Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit

There’s nothing really wrong with Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit, everything’s in the right place, but that’s sort of the problem. It isn’t just average but, on top of that, generic. Any potential
January 21, 2014

The Secret Life of Walter Mitty

Ben Stiller directs and stars in The Secret Life of Walter Mitty, a rom-com fantasy adventure about a quiet and reserved photo archivist who escapes the banal mundanity of his life by
January 11, 2014

Last Vegas

Director Jon Turteltaub, most famous for helming the National Treasure franchise and bringing us ‘90s comedy classic Cool Runnings, delivers a real bore with his latest: trite bachelor romp Last Vegas. Unfortunately
January 2, 2014

Who Needs Enemies – Director & Star Speak

Who Needs Enemies is a new independent, low-budget British gangster movie described as a cautionary tale about psychopaths. FilmJuice’s James Hay spoke to lead actor Michael McKell and the film’s Writer/Director (among
November 28, 2013

The Broken Circle Breakdown

Felix van Groeningen’s deeply sad but realistic indictment of love, The Broken Circle Breakdown, is the beautifully painful journey of one family’s experience of tragedy and how they try to live with
November 25, 2013
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