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Dobermann DVD

Look beyond the timing though and there’s plenty to savour in this late nineties French actioner.
 
 
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Desire Cinema Review

When you write for a living, there are few things as frustrating as writer’s block. In his directorial debut, Gareth Jones attempts to explore not only the difficulties of the writing process but also the structure of rel...
 

 
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Dinner For Schmucks DVD/Blu-ray

Mad capped shenanigans that are lifted thanks to Steve Carrel’s nutso performance. Based on the 1998 French film Le Diner De Cons, Dinner For Schmucks posses an impressive pedigree of comedic talent. Director Jay Roach is...
 
 
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Dilemma Cinema Review

“How do you really know someone?” is the question posed at the start of Ron Howard’s (The Da Vinci Code) relationship comedy, as two couples – Vince Vaughn, Jennifer Connelly, Kevin James, Winona Ryder &...
 

 
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Devil DVD/ BR

An intimate little horror that has some spooky moments but fails to live up to its billing. Devil is the first film out of the stables of The Night Chronicles, a series of films dreamt up by The Sixth Sense’s (1999) M. Ni...
 
 
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Drive Angry 3D Cinema Review

Every so often a film escapes from Hollywood that just shouldn’t exist, that’s pure bats@!t crazy; a demented, unapologetic, balls-to-the-wall, explosion of cinematic mayhem stuffed full of fast cars, big explosions...
 

 
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Dougal And The Blue Cat DVD/ BR

The trippy styling’s of The Magic Roundabout get a feature film that manages to be both delightfully funny and creepy at the same time.
 
 
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Death Note 2: The Last Name

The follow up to the twisted supernatural crime thriller brings a darker edge but little to develop from the original.
 

 
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Death Note Blu ray

An inventive and dark supernatural thriller that grips but lacks a coherent middle to fully absorb.
 
 
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Dog Pound DVD/Blu-ray

A youth correctional facility drama that, while familiar, still manages to harrow with its portrayal of violence and loss of control. With its grainy look and drained colour pallet Dog Pound makes no qualms about being a gritty...