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Monday, July 22, 2019

Silver Linings Playbook – review

Matt Wakeling checks out 'Silver Linings Playbook', the new rom-com with a serious story of mental well-being at its core. More than just a genre cliche, the film contains strong performances and an honest story that push it beyond being a hackneyed Bradley Cooper vehicle.

Child soldiers: Ender’s Game review

The anticipated adaptation of Orson Scott Card's novel falls unfortunately short

Tim Burton’s Home for Peculiar Children

Lauren MacGowan discusses Tim Burton's new film and his casting controversy.

Metropolis Live reviewed

‘There can be no understanding between the hand and the brain unless the heart acts as mediator’ - Maria, Metropolis (Lang, 1927)

Beyond saving: The Monuments Men review

George Clooney's World War Two flick falls disappointingly flat

Indie Game: The Movie

Dir: James Swirky & Lisanne Pajot 4/5 Ross Hamilton delves in to the under-explored world of video-game creation with new documentary Indie Game: The Movie, an examination...

The Woman in Black

2 out of 5 Dir. James Watkins As the eighth instalment in the Harry Potter series, Harry Potter and The Woman in Black is dysfunctionally brilliant....

On the Rocks: A bitter taste of reality

With Easter just around the corner, the Fine Chocolate Society's On the Rocks screening provided a timely reminder of the importance of Fairtrade

Preview: Burke & Hare

Tom O’Neill wonders if Simon Pegg’s latest film is P.C.

How to be a savvy film fan

Toby Symonds explains how to find the best cinema experience on a student budget.