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Review: 50 Shades Darker

Based on the best selling book series by E.L James, a dismayed Anastasia Steel (Dakota Johnson) decides to take a second chance ...

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Feature: Q&A with Barry Jenkins

“As you can see, I can talk” remarks Jenkins, concluding his answer to one of the night's earlier questions. Jenkins can't just ...

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Review: Toni Erdmann

As 2016 came to a close, one film that was on the lips of numerous esteemed critics was Toni Erdmann. Voted Sight ...

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Review: 50 Shades Darker

Posted on Feb 20, 2017 1
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Feature: Q&A with Barry Jenkins

Posted on Feb 20, 2017 2
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Review: Toni Erdmann

Posted on Feb 9, 2017 3
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Review: 50 Shades Darker

50 Shades Darker is a failed, airbrushed perfume advert

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Feature: Q&A with Barry Jenkins

Barry Jenkins continues his international charm offensive

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Review: Toni Erdmann

As a father searches to rekindle his relationship with his daughter, he adopts the alter ego of Toni Erdmann. What happens in Bucharest, stays in Bucharest….

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Sundance Film Festival 2017 highlights

Eloïse Wright reflects on the 2017 Sundance Film Festival

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Review: Santa Clarita Diet

Never mind ‘Netflix and Chill’, this is ‘Netflix and Kill’

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Review: Moonlight

A Modern Masterpiece

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Denial: the repercussions of denying the Holocaust

Holocaust denier David Irving brings history to the stands

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Review: A Monster Calls

James Gill’s thoughts on the adaptation of Patrick Ness’s highly acclaimed novel

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Feature: T2 and Danny Boyle Q&A

After last year’s successful Steve Jobs Q&A, HOME Patron Danny Boyle returns to his hometown discussing T2. Choose to find out what happened on the night — choose to read

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Review: Hacksaw Ridge

Hacksaw Ridge represents Mel Gibson’s triumphant return to directing after a decade away from the chair

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Review: Split

Split is a messy patchwork of horror tropes, poor characterisations and dissatisfying plot

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Review: Jackie

In Pablo Larrain’s Jackie, Natalie Portman gives a tour-de-force portrait of grief counterpoised with a steely conviction, shedding new light on the character of the former First Lady of the United States