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Don’t look at the Don’t Look Up reviews

Don’t look at the Don’t Look Up reviews

Jay Darcy argues that the critical response to Don’t Look Up highlights the importance of the movie
Don’t Look Up: No need for subtlety in McKay’s perfect satire for the modern world

Don’t Look Up: No need for subtlety in McKay’s perfect satire for the modern world

Full of black humour and intentional heavy-handedness, Don’t Look Up is a hilarious satire for our times and a wake-up call for humanity.
Death Row Dinners: Acting Edition

Death Row Dinners: Acting Edition

Ever wanted to know Justin Timberlake’s favourite food? Well now you can, with this weeks instalment of Death Row Dinners, from lobster pasta to grandma’s cheesecake
Review: Red Sparrow

Review: Red Sparrow

two hours 21 minutes of ‘when-will-this-movie-end’ torture
Sick and tired of the photoshop

Sick and tired of the photoshop

Fashion and Beauty Editor Talia Lee-Skudder delves into the negative impact photoshopping can have on body image

Review: Mother!

From the director of Requiem for a Dream and Black Swan, comes an unrelenting nightmare starring Jennifer Lawrence and Javier Bardem

HOME Cinema Preview: 15th September

James Gill gives us a quick look at what’s on this week at HOME Cinema.

Review: Passengers

Passengers attempts to reach for the stars with its sinister plot but ends up getting lost in space instead

Review: Joy

In comparison to David O. Russell’s previous, award winning pieces of work, Joy’s lack of warmth and depth leaves it missing the mark

Review: The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2

Mockingjay – Part 2, the final instalment of The Hunger Games franchise, can’t help but feel like a drawn-out cash-grabbing exercise

You Can’t Handle the Truth! – JLaw’s overhyped career

Arne Dumez reckons that Jennifer Lawrence doesn’t come close to deserving her wide acclaim

Managerial Hunger Games

Andrew Georgeson runs through the hardest football managers

Review: The Hunger Games: Catching Fire

Was the second installment of ‘The Hunger Games’ franchise a sizzling success? Mark McGrath gives us his view

Preview: American Hustle

As the seventies became the eighties, con man Irving Rosenfeld (Bale) and his cunning mistress Sydney Prosser (Adams) are pushed into the world of the Jersey mafia by the FBI.

Preview: The Hunger Games: Catching Fire

With only a month to go until its release, Parizad previews the latest instalment in the Hunger Games franchise

The casting vote: an interview with Nina Gold

Sophie James quizzes casting director Nina Gold on Les Mis, the film industry and the next Bond

The best and worst makeup looks of the award shows

Halee Wells discusses who looked queen of the Grammys and who looked queen of the Grannies this award season.

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