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His And Hers DVD Review

His & Hers opens with the old Irish Proverb “A man loves his girlfriend the most, his wife the best, but his mother the longest”. Director Ken Wardrop has created a poetic
April 8, 2011

Hunter, The Cinema Review

Two words guaranteed to strike fear in my dark little heart are Iranian Cinema. Tortuously slow and often willfully obtuse, over the years I’ve sat through more Iranian films than I care
April 5, 2011
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Heartbeats

Audiences who keep up with film festivals, or read unbearably pretentious magazines that are solely sold in Shoreditch and Soho, will more than likely be acquainted with Xavier Dolan
April 4, 2011
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Hanna

Living alone with her father Erik (Eric Bana) in a snowy forest high above the Arctic Circle, Hanna (Saoirse Ronan) is much like any other teenage girl. If that teenage girl has
March 30, 2011
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Hop

When Christmas rolls around, cinemas are flooded with a tide of festively-themed films. Halloween also has more than its fair share of horror-themed holiday scares. Easter is far less represented in the
March 29, 2011

Hangover 2, The

The Wolfpack is back! And his time they’re tearing up Bangkok! And they have a monkey! But…do you actually (big groan) give a monkey’s?
March 11, 2011

Holy Rollers

Jesse Eisenberg’s star continues to rise, thanks to first-time feature director Kevin Asch’s low-key thriller, Holy Rollers, the fact-based story of Sam Gold
March 11, 2011

His and Hers

It’s a common belief that the happenings of everyday life can at times be funnier than anything ever scripted. Sometimes it’s intentional, sometimes it’s something other people wouldn’t even notice, and it’s
February 10, 2011
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Hall Pass

Once the kings of comedy, the Farrelly brothers have seen their crown slip in recent years with some poor efforts and the emergence of Judd Apatow and co in a comedy mutiny.
February 2, 2011
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