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Stand By Me

The quintessential coming of age drama. When you think of great Stephen King adaptations your mind immediately goes to The Shining (1980) and The Shawshank Redemption (1994). But one film that manages to transcend its short sto...
 
 
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Submarine

Quirky, intelligent and keenly observant, Submarine marks the beginnings of two hugely talented filmmakers. Every now and then a British filmmaker raises his head above the parapet to stake a claim as a must watch talent. Danny...
 

 
Films
 

Sarah’s Key

In 1942, the French government rounded up thousands of French Jews and interned them in the Vel D’Hiv velodrome in central Paris.
 
 
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Social Network, The Cinema

The poignant final shot of The Social Network features Mark Zuckerberg (Eisenberg) repeatedly refreshing a friend request sent to his ex-girlfriend in the vain hope that she’d accept it and therefore forgive him for his e...
 

 
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Step Up 3D Cinema

When the Wayans brothers turned their attentions to the dance genre for 2009’s Dance Movie, it was clear that this type of film had now become so synonymous with clichéd storylines and wooden acting that it was rip...
 
 
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Secret In Their Eyes, The Cinema

Love, regret and second chances. What more do you want from a film? When this year’s Best Foreign Language Film Oscar went to Argentinian thriller The Secret in Their Eyes over German misanthrope Michael Haneke’s la...
 

 
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Serbian Film, A Cinema

Putting the porn back into torture porn. And the torture. Lots of torture. A raw scream of rage from the tortured psyche of a wounded nation, A Serbian Film finally arrives on UK shores with an unprecedented 49 compulsory cuts ...