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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
 
 
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Drive Angry 3D

The last couple of years have seen Nicolas Cage become somewhat of a cult internet icon thanks to his outrageous acting method and some myth-like facts about his home life.
 

 
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Don't Look Now DVD

Nic Roeg’s unique style creates one of the most visceral and unsettling films of all time.
 
 
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Descendants, The

Uplifting and downbeat all at once, this is typical Alexander Payne and fun, rather than cool, Clooney.
 

 
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Knight and Day DVD

Cruise and Diaz unite for an action-packed forgettable adventure comedy. Say what you want about Tom Cruise, the man is, and always will be, a box-office draw. Sure he is a little nuts, believes in that whole alien thing and sm...
 
 
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Diary Of A Wimpy Kid 3

Last year’s Diary Of A Wimpy Kid, a sort of modern day Adrian Mole based on a series of graphic novels by Jeff Kinney, was a surprising success
 

 
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Dogtooth Cinema

Harrowing, yet comically dark, look at a twisted family dynamic, rife with Freudian issues. When Josef Fritzl was arrested, in April 2008, his horrendous acts of assault, sexual abuse and captivity against his daughter opened u...
 
 
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Disappearance of Alice Creed, The Cinema

When film acts like drama and strips back the stylistic niceties of multiple locations, huge sets and large casts to rely on dialogue and intimate, well-observed characterisation, simplicity can sometimes come across as deficie...
 

 
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Down Terrace Cinema

In the same week that the British government announced the demise of the UK Film Council (UKFC), out pops a little gem that differs from the brainless gangster movies that have been spewed out, of late, that may be solely respo...
 
 
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The Devil's Tomb DVD Review

Good atmospherics and over the top acting can’t damage Satan himself.