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Jamie McEvoy

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St Helens 16-26 Wigan: The Warriors keep play-off hopes alive in derby victory

Shaun Wane’s Wigan Warriors rally after their Challenge Cup final loss with a confident victory over a struggling Saints side

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Review: Logan Lucky

The Ocean’s Trilogy director Steven Soderbergh returns to the heist scene in a witty and stylish thriller with a terrific cast

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Liverpool 4-0 Arsenal: Rampant Reds run riot at Anfield

Sadio Mané and new boy Mohamed Salah both ruthless as Arsenal lose second consecutive game

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Preview: UEFA Champions League 2017/18

Ahead of the first round of group stage fixtures in 2 weeks, Jamie McEvoy gives a rundown of what to expect in this season’s European Cup

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Review: Your Name

Director Makoto Shinkai stakes his claim to the anime throne in a complex yet beautiful Japanese animation

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Top 5: Indie Films

With Little Miss Sunshine featuring in HOME’s ‘This is Human’ season, and David Lowery’s A Ghost Story currently in cinemas, Jamie McEvoy lists the top 5 independent films from both the US and UK

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Top 5: US TV Dramas

With new seasons of Game of Thrones and Twin Peaks underway, Jamie McEvoy runs down the top 5 US TV dramas currently available on air and online

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Review: Fargo – Season 3

In its third season, the TV series inspired by the Coen Brothers’ 1996 film of the same name is possibly the best so far

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Review: The Ghoul

Directorial debutant Gareth Tunley’s The Ghoul marks a statement of intent from the Brit, yet ultimately lacks clarity and focus

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Review: Ozark

Breaking Bad goes rural in Netflix’s latest big series

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Top 5: Christopher Nolan Films

To coincide with the release of Christopher Nolan’s Dunkirk, Jamie McEvoy runs down the top 5 films from the director

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Review: Dunkirk

After diving into dreams and exploring far off galaxies, Christopher Nolan returns to Earth with an adrenaline-fuelled World War II thriller