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The Mauritanian – Review

What does it take to break the human spirit; our trust in the justice system; our faith in humanity? Does everyone have the right to a defence? Rooted in angry, grieving and frightened post 9/11 Amer...

1917 – Review

I know dark clouds will gather ’round me I know my way is hard and steep There is a scene, towards the end of Sam Mendes’ 1917, where one young soldier stands up amongst his comrades fill the f...
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Avengers: Infinity War

It is easily one of the most eagerly anticipate cinematic “events” of the decade. Marvel has been working towards this endgame since 2008, introducing and re-introducing its plethora of s...
Avengers Infinity War

Avengers: Infinity War – New Trailer

It’s the trailer that has brought social media to it’s knees this lunch time… Yes, the Avengers: Infinity War trailer is here. And it does not disappoint. On any level. With any cha...
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Six Of The Best: Biopics

Sometimes, the truth really can be stranger than fiction. That’s why biopics can often provide as much drama, tragedy and humour as any storyline thought up by Hollywood script writers. As viewers, w...

Doctor Strange

A few years ago, when the trailers for Guardians Of The Galaxy first landed, you’d have been forgiven for thinking studio head honcho Kevin Feige had let the massive success of the Marvel Cinematic U...

New Releases For November

As we approach the end of the year, Oscar season kicks in and studios will start releasing the films they hope can bag a little golden statue. Not that every release will be bothering the Academies n...

New Releases for November

November sees a bit of a mixed bag of releases in the UK cinemas. There is a distinct lack of blockbuster movies with the only two major releases book-ending the schedule. This allows some minor rele...