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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

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Review: The Greatest Showman

It’s a showcase of humanity; a circus

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Review: Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri

After watching Martin McDonagh’s latest film, you are sure of one thing: You have just witnessed a masterpiece

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Review: Pitch Perfect 3

The third in the “acapella” series seems like a fitting conclusion, but too often seems a little off-key

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Review: Bright

‘If you want orcs, elves and a Dark Lord, watch Lord of the Rings.’

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In conversation with HOME’s film programming team

“I don’t think cinemas should only be there to provide entertainment. They also need to educate, enlighten, provoke, stimulate.”

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Review: Star Wars – The Last Jedi

Lucas Hill-Paul reviews the divisive eighth instalment of the space opera