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Honey 2

How many dance movies are there going to be before its target audience yawns itself into a coma? Honey 2 is the sequel (of sorts, although it has very little to do with its predecessor) to 2003’s Jessica Alba Dance ‘em up Honey.
 
 
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Howl

An informative, if disjointed, look at Allen Ginsberg’s Howl and the ramifications it had on its author and censorship.
 

 
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Rabbit Hole

A touching and affecting story that, while emotionally powerful, never feels intentionally hard hitting.
 
 
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Sanctum

A disaster movie come survival thriller, Sanctum is worth diving into.
 

 
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Never Let Me Go

A film that speaks to the very nature of humanity in the most deft and delicate ways imaginable. Truly great art examines something people can identify with. Cinema in particular has the ability to look into the human condition...
 
 
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Illusionist, The (French) DVD

A charming animation that wears its heart firmly on its sleeve. Animation has moved on since the days of Disney churning out its glorious hand drawn delights. Few people still work in the medium of traditionalanimation, preferr...
 

 
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I Know You Know DVD

Low budget British films often struggle to find an audience amongst the slew of Hollywood blockbusters that litter the cinemas and DVD shelves. I Know You Know is a good example of a film that fits into this category. It has en...
 
 
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I Am Love DVD/ Blu-ray

A sweeping romance poetically directed and brilliantly acted. The romantic drama genre is one that is often overlooked in favour of rom-coms with predictable plots and stereotypical characters. I Am Love is a hark back to sweep...
 

 
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Beaver

When Mel Gibson and Jodie Foster got together in Maverick (1994) they were both big stars and respected actors. They had also both just completed their directorial debuts
 
 
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Four Lions DVD

A bitingly satirical look at the mind set of suicide bombers, which manage to reach levels of genuine emotional pull. Chris Morris, writer director of Four Lions, is not a new comer to the realms of controversy. After all this ...