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Review: I, Tonya

Unlike many other sport biopics (Hollywood churns out a lot), I, Tonya does not tell the rags-to-riches story of Tonya Harding. It ...

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Review: The Cloverfield Paradox

It’s been ten years and J.J. Abrams’ secretive and tantalising promise of a cinematic Twilight Zone-esque anthology series has still not quite come ...

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In conversation with Andrey Zvyagintsev

“There were several radical comments, even from notable figures in the political sphere, suggesting that certain artists ought to go out on ...

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Review: I, Tonya

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Review: The Cloverfield Paradox

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In conversation with Andrey Zvyagintsev

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Review: The Cloverfield Paradox

J.J. Abrams’ enigmatic sci-fi franchise returns out of the blue, this time on Netflix

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In conversation with Andrey Zvyagintsev

Andrey talks about where his love of film began and his views on how it is to be an artist in Russia, and jokes about his upcoming comedy about Manchester United

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Review: I, Tonya

A fantastically heart-breaking inside look into a sporting scandal that rocked the world

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Review: Phantom Thread

Sharon Lim has high praise for this post-war lovers’ tale

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Review: Black Panther

Director Ryan Coogler creates a dazzling superhero movie with a deep revolutionary and racial debate

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‘The Italian Job’ is the best film ever, and nothing will change my mind

The endlessly quotable heist masterpiece that is 1969’s “The Italian Job” gets better every time you watch it and makes you smile, no matter what.

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Review: Darkest Hour

Oldman delivers a spectacular performance, but beyond that Darkest Hour has little else to give

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Review: Coco

Pixar crafts an action-packed, emotional celebration of Mexican culture

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Review: Loveless

Zvyagintsev uses a crumbling marriage as a metaphor for the country as a whole

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Review: Oriented

‘Oriented’ is a documentary following three Palestinian Gay friends, living in Israel who are raising awareness of LGBTQ rights in Israel

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Review: Den of Thieves

Bank robbers, corrupt cops, and atrocious writing come together to be more boring than staring at the dirty wall behind the cinema urinal

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London Lift-Off Film Festival 2017: Highlights

Independent film-making at its best from London Lift-Off Film Festival