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Top 5: Cheesy 80s films

5) Heathers Perhaps the most sinister film on the list, cult classic Heathers is a darkly funny and twisted satire, deconstructing the high ...

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Review: Spotlight

Directed and co-written by Tom McCarthy, Spotlight—nominated for three BAFTAs, six Academy Awards and a recent SAG Awards 2016 winner for Best Ensemble—recounts the true ...

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Review: Creed

A majority of sports have always proven a problem when transitioning to the big screen. Filmmakers generally struggle to find the necessary additional ...

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Top 5: Cheesy 80s films

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Review: Spotlight

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Review: Creed

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Review: Spotlight

Spotlight shines as an investigation procedural movie, featuring finely-crafted characters and some powerful themes

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Top 5: Cheesy 80s films

We count down the five perfect 80s flicks to watch this Valentine’s Day

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Interview: Nick Mattingly

Nick Mattingly sheds some light on observational documentaries, Manchester’s Strangeways prison and the filmmaking industry

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Review: Room

Lenny Abrahamson’s Room is a powerful tale of a mother and son relationship anchored by two tremendous performances from Brie Larson and Jacob Tremblay

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Review: The Big Short

Adam McKay’s Oscar nominated movie, The Big Short, deals generously in information and anger, but it doesn’t quite add up to a moving experience

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Review: Creed

Director Ryan Coogler successfully sees the baton of the Rocky legacy passed down to the next generation with Creed

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Classic Review: The NeverEnding Story

Wolfgang Peterson’s The NeverEnding Story stands a unique entry to the canon of children’s fantasy movies

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Review: The Danish Girl

The Danish Girl is a beautiful, touching biopic charting the life of transgender pioneer Lili Elbe, but is too focused on imagery and lacks the necessary drama and dialogue

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HOME Pick of the Week: The Assassin

Hou Hsiao-hsien’s The Assassin is a stunningly beautiful yet subtle film that represents martial arts cinema at its absolute finest

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TV Binge: Game of Thrones

The immensely popular—and at times controversial—fantasy show, Game of Thrones, returns for its sixth season this April as it departs ever further from its source material

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Top 5: Bowie songs in film

Much of the late legend David Bowie’s music has been used brilliantly in film—here are our picks for the five best times his songs elevated movie scenes to brilliance

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Review: The Revenant

The Revenant is a revenge tale that features an astonishingly committed performance from Leonardo DiCaprio and masterful direction from Alejandro Iñárritu