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The Dictator

Between getting banned from the Oscars
 
 
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Dreams Of Life

Dreams of a Life is Carol Morley’s inventive and affecting documentary about the mysterious circumstances surrounding a woman who lay dead in her flat for three years.
 

 
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The Divide

As a nuclear fireball engulfs New York,
 
 
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The Deep Blue Sea

Sweeping romance and post-war social commentary abound in this hugely powerful period drama.
 
 
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Dead, The

“Zombies, man. They creep me out.” So says Dennis Hopper’s ruthless despot in George A. Romero’s Land Of The Dead. He’s not wrong. We love to be scared by the walking dead. There’s just something intrinsically scary about a min...
 

 
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Days Of Heaven

By Jack Jones Days of Heaven is arguably Terrence Malick’s greatest film. Whether you can actually call Malick’s on-screen creations films or a form of visual poetry is debatable but what is indisputable is the astounding visua...
 
 
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Drive

High-octane…Adrenaline-fuelled…Pedal to the metal…Turbo-charged…Balls to the wall… These are all driving and speed-related clichés you’ll probably read in other reviews of Pusher director Nicolas Winding Refn’s crime thriller D...
 

 
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Devil's Double, The

They say that you should never believe everything you read in the papers, and with the current state of the tabloid press in the UK it has never been more salient advice. Like their political allies, the press have their agenda...
 
 
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Dark Knight Rises, The

This Summer’s been pretty mediocre all round. The weather’s been bad