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It's Kind Of A Funny Story

A dramedy set in a psychiatric ward that works on a warm and cuddly level. Like its title and protagonist It’s Kind Of A Funny Story is something of a muddle. One minute it has some genuinely laugh out loud gags, the next...
 

 
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I Saw The Devil Review

A bloody revenge thriller that questions the morals of its audience as well as its characters.
 
 
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Insidious Cinema

When was the last time you were scared by a movie? Genuinely scared? Not the fleeting exhilaration you experience when something jumps out at you or a teenager is squashed by a bus in Final Destination. Or the scopophiliac thri...
 

 
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Incendies

How important is it to be aware of your parentage and heritage? In many multi-cultural societies, mixed up of East and West, children are unaware of their parent’s very different childhoods and the actual relevance it has on th...
 
 
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Ironclad

Revisionist history in the movies is nothing new. Only last year we had Ridley Scott’s Robin Hood implying that the titular character’s dad wrote the Magna Carta. That document is the focal point of Ironclad which p...
 

 
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Inside Job

The title of this film makes it sound like a mystery crime thriller, and to a certain extent it is. However, the real mystery is how the subject of the movie has got away with the crime for so long. But this isn’t some Ho...
 
 
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I Am Number Four

After the success of Twilight, there was clearly a market for brooding teenage sci-fi/fantasy films. For a start, the audiences for these films aren’t that concerned about plot or big ideas, they are all about how good lo...
 

 
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Into Eternity

Every day, throughout the world, large amounts of high-level radioactive waste created by nuclear power plants is placed in interim storages, which are vulnerable to natural disasters, man-made disasters, and to societal change...
 
 
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I Am A Camera

Set in pre-Hitler Berlin, the 1955 British film centres around the unusal friendship between Sally Bowles (Harris), a brassy nightclub entertainer and a young, somewhat stiff, writer Christopher Isherwood (Harvey). A precursor ...