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Review: The Midwife (12A)

07/07/2017

Two of France's most watchable actresses - Catherine Frot and Catherine Deneuve - enliven writer-director Martin Provost's contemplative drama.

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Review: Tommy’s Honour (PG)

07/07/2017

Jason Connery directs this biopic of the founding father of golf and his strong-willed son, which opened last year's edition of the Edinburgh International Film Festival.

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Review: The Last Word (15)

07/07/2017

Hollywood legend Shirley MacLaine delivers an eye-catching lead performance in director Mark Pellington's bittersweet comedy drama.

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Review: Alien Covenant (15)

12/05/2017

If Ridley Scott's seminal 1979 sci-fi horror Alien and the anthology it spawned teach us anything, it's in space everyone can hear your bloodcurdling screams.

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Review: Miss Sloane (15)

12/05/2017

On the campaign trail, Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump promised to "drain the swamp" in Washington D.C. and restore integrity to American politics.

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Review: Kong: Skull Island (12A)

10/03/2017

Mankind tumbles several links down the food chain in Kong: Skull Island, a rollicking 1970s-set action adventure directed by Jordan Vogt-Roberts, which revives one of cinema's iconic monsters.

moral compass: Andrew Garfield as Desmond Doss
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Review: Hacksaw Ridge (15)

27/01/2017

He became the first conscientious objector to receive America's highest military award, the Medal of Honor, which is bestowed on the precious few who have distinguished themselves with incredible gallantry beyond the call of duty.

Tom Hiddleston stars in Kong: Skull Island
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Lights, camera action for 2017

06/01/2017

As 2017 gets underway, here's a look at the action-packed blockbusters, heartbreaking dramas, uproarious comedies and potential Oscar winners hitting the big screen over the next 12 months

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Nocturnal Animals (15)

04/11/2016

The lies we tell ourselves are often more damaging than those we fashion for the people we love.

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The Light Between the Oceans (12A)

04/11/2016

As a genre, the sweeping romance is one that's been overlooked in recent years, so there is much excitement about The Light Between Oceans, an adaptation of the 2012 bestselling novel by M.L. Steadman.

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The Accountant (15)

04/11/2016

In 1998, childhood friends Ben Affleck and Matt Damon excitedly clutched Academy Awards for Best Original Screenplay for Good Will Hunting, an emotionally rich drama about a mathematics genius, who works as a janitor.

DYSTOPIA: In the Terminator universe, murderous machines, like the T-800, pictured, have taken over the Earth.
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Terminator Genisys (12A)

03/07/2015

IN TERMINATOR Genisys, the misfiring reboot of James Cameron's apocalyptic time-travelling saga, Arnold Schwarzenegger's cyborg assassin repeatedly references his advancing years in a dystopian world of young pretenders.

Making a splash:  Youngsters will love the clumsy Minions’ mishaps as they pledge allegiance to criminals intent on stealing the crown jewels.
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Minions (U)

26/06/2015

YOU can have too much of a good thing. In small doses, Despicable Me's goggle-eyed hench-creatures are a deranged delight.

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San Andreas (12A)

29/05/2015

IN THE closing moments of the computer effects-heavy disaster movie San Andreas, a tattered Stars And Stripes unfurls proudly on what remains of the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco.

Jack, played by Simon Pegg, and Nancy, played by Lake Bell,  pair up after a  case of mistaken identity in Man Up.
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Man Up (15)

29/05/2015

THE romantic comedy goes back to basics in Man Up, a sweet, funny and charming tale of boy-meets-wrong-girl-but-doesn't-realise-it, filmed on location in London.

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