Film Reviews, News & Competitions

 
 

 
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The Crimson Ocean

The tragic events of 15th April 1912, have been replayed so many times on film that the name Titanic has become etched in our consciousness.
 
 
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Carancho

As an “Ambulance chaser” in The Verdict, Paul Newman was something of a lazy freeloader looking for an easy score to settle his debts.
 
 
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The Cold Light Of Day

The genre of the action thriller has changed.
 

 
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The Conformist

Lets cut straight to the chase, The Conformist may just be one of the greatest films ever made.
 
 
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Cash

No Clooney or Pitt but this is a fun French Ocean’s Eleven.
 

 
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Crazy, Stupid, Love

  Romance isn’t all it’s cracked up to be in this rom-com with a difference.   Romantic comedies aren’t what they used to be. Long gone are the days of When Harry Met Sally (1989) or even the screwball fun of Bringing...
 
 
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The Change Up

Body-swap Hi-jinx ensue in this rom-com, buddy come moral story.
 

 
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Cell 211

In the wake of the superb prison film A Prophet, Daniel Monzón’s intense prison rebellion Cell 211 in comparison comes more as brash, violent drama rather than the heady odyssey of Jacques Audiard’s 2009 film.
 
 
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