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Seven Psychopaths

With the main character of Seven Psychopaths, a drunken Irish screenwriter suffering from writer’s block
August 14, 2012


By – Laura Milnes – Two go mad in a pedalo – artist/film-maker Andrew Kötting and psycho-geographer Iain Sinclair traverse the waterways of the South East in their very ordinary art-house documentary.
July 19, 2012


Period drama Shanghai, starring John Cusack and directed by Mikael Hafstrom, has all the visual ingredients to make it a gripping, sexy as hell thriller.
July 14, 2012


With a big sporting summer approaching and in the wake of Asif Kapadia’s inspired documentary Senna, one can expect to find a variety of sporting movie knock-offs coming to cinemas looking to
July 11, 2012

Silver Linings Playbook

Never one to conform to genre or expectations, writer/director David O. Russell is something of a contradiction in Hollywood.  On the one hand you have the seven times Oscar-nominated The Fighter and the brilliant action thriller Three
June 28, 2012

The Squad

When all radio contact is lost with a remote military base high in the mountains, the Colombian authorities, fearing a terrorist attack, send a nine-man squad of soldiers in to investigate.
June 16, 2012

Surviving Life

Anything can happen in dreams, but regardless of how bizarre, surreal or unlikely the occurences are, they usually seem to make total sense.
June 11, 2012

Shake Hands With The Devil

You don’t have to be a worshipper at the shrine of James Cagney to find merit in Shake Hands with the Devil, but it is only likely to be those who consider
June 7, 2012

The Sting

Paul Newman and Robert Redford reunite in this classic crime caper; out for revenge after his partner is murdered, a young conman seeks the help of a washed out former big time
June 6, 2012


According to Carly Simon “Nobody does it better,” than Her Majesty’s Secret Service’s finest, James Bond.  But over the last decade 007 has had to deal with all manner of rivals to
May 21, 2012
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