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Debt, The

While a certain John le Carré adaptation takes all the limelight at the moment, it may be a surprise that there’s another espionage related thriller about to hit cinemas. The Debt


If you were told going in that Beginners is an off-beat comedy, directed by a former music video director, featuring a cute but kooky French girl, a dog who talks to his owner (via subtitles, naturally) and Ewan McGregor doing ...



  Mud, blood and historical inaccuracy abound in this highly entertaining medieval romp. While Michael Bay churns out yet another Transformers movie, Hollywood continues to have a soft spot for all things historically epic...

Battle: Los Angeles

Marines Vs. Aliens in this over-the-top fun adventure. Alien invasions are hot to trot right now. We have had Hoodies Vs Aliens in Attack The Block,



Patagonia is a slight and quietly elegant film from Welsh director Marc Evans (Snow Cake).

A Separation

Asghar Farhadi’s A Separation opens by throwing the audience into the deep end of matrimonial strife as Nader (Peyman Moadi) and his wife Simin (Leila Hatami) justify their reasons for separating before an unseen Iranian govern...


Night & Fog

Night and Fog (Nuit et brouillard) is a constant violent assault of disturbing images caputuring the inhumanity of the Holocaust

Crazy, Stupid, Love

A beautiful man is one thing. A beautiful man who is able to not take himself seriously is something else. A beautiful man who is Ryan Gosling is not an obvious source of humour, but Crazy Stupid Love pulls it off valiantly.


Resident, The

After last year’s well-received Let Me In, this film marks the second release for the newly revamped Hammer Film Productions and shows that there is serious mileage to be had in this studio comeback.

Adjustment Bureau, The

Matt Damon and Emily Blunt try to steal our minds but succeed in melting our hearts instead.   The Adjustment Bureau is another Hollywood shot at adapting a Philip K Dick story. Over the years there have been the sublime, ...