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Stakeland

In a celluloid landscape consisting of superheroes and sparkly bloodsuckers, you probably thought you had just made it
 
 
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Super 8

Back in the 1980s, Stephen Spielberg cornered the market on the type of family-oriented adventure films that were once the preserve of Disney
 

 
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Somewhere Review

Sofia Coppola returns to hotels and movie stars in a story about isolation and identity.
 
 
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Small Act, A

The Small Act, an understated documentary, could just be the very ‘spin’ that’s required to breathe life into the Coalition’s Big Society.
 

 
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Sharktopus

As the latest in a long line of low-budget, B-movie creature features, Sharktopus intends to appeal to the same audience that watched Megashark Vs Giant Octopus on the basis of its laughable premise and the expectation of gory ...
 
 
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Stone

De Niro And Norton go head to head in a psychological thriller.
 

 
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Submarine

Richard Ayoade has found his place. Best known for his portrayal as arch-geek Moss from TV’s The IT Crowd, he made a brief foray to the big screen with a cameo in 2009’s Bunny And The Bull. Submarine marks his first...
 
 
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Son Of Babylon

Most people agree that Bush and Blair’s invasion of Iraq was bang out of order. In fact there was a mass agreement on that before the troops went ahead and put their first boots on Iraqi soil. For whatever reason it happe...
 

 
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Sanctum

When the world’s, arguably, biggest filmmaker is the only credit on a film’s poster, along with the title and 3D, it should ring alarm bells; or at least it should for film journalists/critics. Really, it is a cleve...
 
 
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Shop Around the Corner, The

When you think of two attractive leads who cannot stand the sight of each other who are each hot for their relative penpals that they have yet to meet but are unknowingly writing to each other, you immediately hone in on the po...