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The Thing

Way back in 1982, when computer effects were but a
 
 
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Tamara Drewe DVD

A thoroughly British romp in the country. Given The King’s Speech success at the Oscars this year it would seem a very good time to be British. Clearly the self-deprecating humour and endless need for double entendre and ...
 

 
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The Town DVD

Ben Affleck well and truly proves that he is a director to take notice of in his sophomore effort of thrilling bank robbers and the bonds that bind them. When Gone Baby Gone, Ben Affleck’s first feature film behind the ca...
 
 
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Twilight Saga: Eclipse, The DVD

Fangs and fur take precedence over pouting and lip biting in the third and darkest instalment of the Twilight Saga. Love it or hate it The Twilight Saga is as much a part of the cinematic landscape as super heroes and boy wizar...
 

 
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Troll Hunter

Aping the now overly-familiar, found footage-style of movies like Cannibal Holocaust and The Blair Witch Project, Troll Hunter is a mockumentary supposedly compiled from the raw footage shot by a bunch of missing film students.
 
 
Films
 

The Tree

Refreshingly cast against type, Charlotte Gainsbourg plays Dawn, who wins £64 million in the EuroMillions lottery, buys her own private island and spends the rest of the film frolicking on the beach in Louis Vuitton, laughing u...
 

 
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Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy

With the world in the grip of recession and former KGB-men being poisoned in London restaurants, ex-spy John Le Carre’s classic novel Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy feels as relevant now as it did in the ‘70s. The chilliest of Cold ...
 
 
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True Grit

The Coen Brothers bring their unique sensibilities to the most iconic of genres.
 

 
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Tracker

Ray Winstone goes local in this period adventure.
 
 
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Take Me Home Tonight

John Hughes made some of the best teen movies of the 80s. His work is often imitated but rarely equalled (although credit must go to the recent Easy A for being a film worthy of its roots). And so we come to Take Me Home Tonigh...