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Review: Only the Brave

The Yarnell Hill Fire was the deadliest incident for US firefighters since the September 11 attacks. 19 brave men of the Granite ...

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Review: Kaleidoscope

Golden-Globe and BAFTA nominee Toby Jones has become a household name for many since his breakthrough performance as Truman Capote in 2006’s ...

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Review - Stranger Things 2

Netflix delivered a surprise hit last year in the form of Stranger Things, a colourfully nostalgic miniseries that riffed on the works ...

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Review: Only the Brave

Posted on Nov 20, 2017 1
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Review: Kaleidoscope

Posted on Nov 17, 2017 2
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Review - Stranger Things 2

Posted on Nov 16, 2017 3
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Review: Only the Brave

The story of the most deadly event for US firefighters since 9/11

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Review: Kaleidoscope

Toby Jones is directed by his brother in a claustrophobic, psychological thriller which impresses despite a precarious plot

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Review – Stranger Things 2

Lucas Hill-Paul journeys into the Upside Down as the long-awaited Stranger Things 2 arrives on Netflix

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Review – Paddington 2

Everyone’s favourite duffle-coated-bear returns for the second time on the big screen, alongside a star-studded cast

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Review: Murder on the Orient Express

It was Miss Scarlet with the candlestick in the conservatory

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Review: The Lego Ninjago Movie

Tom Hunter reviews the new film from the Lego franchise

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Review: Happy Death Day

This slasher flick from the writer of Paranormal Activity acknowledges its glaring similarities with Groundhog Day, yet fails to justify them

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Review: Jigsaw

The eighth instalment in the Saw series throws audiences into an agonising game of boredom and predictability

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Review: Breathe

Andy Serkis’ debut film is a charming and uplifting real life tale

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Review: Thor – Ragnarok

Director Taika Waititi’s foray into the Marvel Cinematic Universe gives the Asgardian God of Thunder a new lease of life

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Review – Call Me By Your Name

Armie Hammer stars in a beautiful adaptation of André Aciman’s novel which celebrates and meditates on homosexuality

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BFI London Film Festival Highlight: ‘The Killing of a Sacred Deer’

Yorgos Lanthimos brings a madcap darkness which just might surpass the bleak meditations on life and hetero-normative couples of ‘The Lobster’