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Review: The Disaster Artist

James Franco directs and stars in the story behind the making of the ‘greatest bad movie ever made’

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Why Disney’s potential acquisition of 20th Century Fox is a dangerous idea

Pass go, collect $200 and use that for two tickets and a small popcorn for Avengers Vs X-Men

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Review: Conor McGregor – Notorious

A quality glimpse behind the adrenaline pumped, bloody curtain of the Irish star of the Ultimate Fighting Championship

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Review: The Punisher – Series 1

It’s nasty, wonderfully violent, and surprisingly tender

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Review: Daddy’s Home 2

I swear John Cena was supposed to be in this film somewhere?

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Review: Ingrid Goes West

Aubrey Plaza stars in a stalker drama that falls short of being memorable

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Review: Battle of the Sexes

Not exactly the grand slam you would expect in a movie starring Carell and Stone

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HOME Cinema Preview: 1st December

James Gill talks us through the coming week’s events at HOME Cinema

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Review: Good Time

The Safdie Brothers and Robert Pattinson join forces in a fantastically twisted, cruel crime drama

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Review: Suburbicon

George Clooney’s latest directorial feature brings an unproduced Coen Brothers story to the big screen, starring Matt Damon and Julianne Moore

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Double-up feature: Jewish Film Festival 2017

A snippet of what was on at the Jewish Film Festival this year

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Review: Film Stars Don’t Die in Liverpool

Director Paul McGuilian measures the balance between the serious, the comedic, and the emotional in this tender love story defying stigma and taboo