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Writer Anneliese Murray takes you on her food tour of some Italy’s most desirable city breaks. From classic pasta to incredible Pizza, she has your Italian visits covered…

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Review: Western Stars

Part concert, part visual album, part essay, and part reflection, Bruce Springsteen’s Western Stars sometimes lacks focus, but is a stunning effort nonetheless, writes Ellie Martin

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Review: Gemini Man

The technology behind Ang Lee’s latest film Gemini Man is impressive, but the the script, acting and direction are certainly not, writes James McCafferty

Review: The King

Jasmine Bennett debates whether new Shakespearean epic The King is deserving of majesty

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Review: The Laundromat

Steven Soderbergh’s stylish direction combines with a characteristic standout performance from Meryl Streep in Netflix’s The Laundromat

Jason Cabell’s directorial debut, Running with the Devil, is gifted with a dream concpet and an all-star cast, but still leaves a lot to be desired, writes Carl Fitzgerald

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Review: Countdown

Carl Fitzgerald reviews the painfully unscary poorly made and cartoonishly misjudged urban legend phone-horror movie

In the first of a series of articles about film’s ability to change perceptions, writer Alisha Fryer explores the Western preconceptions around international film through the lens Hong Kong cinema

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Review: The Irishman

Every aspect of Martin Scorsese’s The Irishman works perfectly together to create one of the decade’s seminal films, writes James McCafferty

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Review: The Goldfinch

Jasmine Bennett discusses whether or not The Goldfinch is as much of a masterpiece as its namesake

Review: Joker

Georgina Davidson reviews Joker; which promises a dark twist down into a bleakly lit Gotham city, but does Philip’s film reveal a somewhat troubling social commentary?

Tobias Soar reviews The Pierce Brothers’ 2019 tale of the witch-next-door, screened at Grimmfest this month

Review: Ready or Not

Writer Tom Kuson rolls the dice and sees what Risks the horror-comedy takes as it climbs Snakes and Ladders to its conclusion (Sorry about the puns)