Film Reviews, News & Competitions

 
 

 
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B
 

Big Picture, The

We’ve had a string of pretty decent, slick French thrillers over the last couple of years
 
 
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Limitless

The Hangover was one of the biggest comedies of the decade, The A-Teampromotional ads were everywhere and he’s appeared in numerous romantic comedies but people still don’t seem to know who Bradley Cooper is.  All that looks se...
 

 
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Submarine

Quirky, intelligent and keenly observant, Submarine marks the beginnings of two hugely talented filmmakers. Every now and then a British filmmaker raises his head above the parapet to stake a claim as a must watch talent. Danny...
 
 
C
 

Company Men, The

The Credit Crunch hits Hollywood and produces this clever and fun drama.
 

 
DVD/Blu-ray
 

In the Land of the Free DVD

A detailed look into the imprisonment and investigation surrounding the Angola 3, that manages to peak interest with truly devastating facts. Hearing that three men have spent the better part of 30 years, not only behind bars b...
 
 
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Metropolis DVD

It’s incredible how science fiction is generally reviled as a genre by film critics and yet sci-fi movies will often appear at the top of lists of the greatest, and most popular, films. Of course, there are plenty of badl...
 

 
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Kick Ass DVD/Bluray

A comic book adaptation that takes huge pride in sending up superheroes and does so to delightful fun and violent effect. Matthew Vaughn is a director who likes to subvert genres. Layer Cake took the British gangster film and i...
 
 
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Lavender Hill Mob, The

Blink and you will miss the brief and surprise walk-on part of the then un-famous Audrey Hepburn (who goes uncredited) – one of the many gems to be found within The Lavender Hill Mob (1951).
 

 
C
 

Contagion

In a string of films in the ‘70s, Irwin Allen, the legendary ‘Master of Disaster,’ filled the screen with the biggest stars he could get and killed them one by one in horrible ways. Killer bees in The Swarm, burning skyscrapers...
 
 
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Rango

One of the year’s funniest and a huge leap forward in digi-mation. Given Industrial Light And Magic’s pedigree in pioneering visual effects