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Tuesday, November 20, 2018

“The most sophisticated ‘bromance’ to date”

Ishbel Beeson on Tom Hooper's "The King's Speech"

Eddie Redmayne tries for his second Oscar

"There is a sense of ambiguity over which of the film's two leads is the titular Danish girl"

French Fancy: Potiche

François Ozon’s latest film opens the 2011 Glasgow Film Festival Only in its seventh year and supposedly the fastest growing film event in the UK,...

WWWW?: St Andrews Green Film Festival

The Saint tells you what you need to know about St Andrews' upcoming environmental extravaganza

Amour – Review

Michael Haneke scooped his second Palm d'Or at this year's Cannes Film Festival with Amour; a film which maintains his thematic concerns and seriously dark, brutal tone while addressing love and age. A haunting, powerful and unusual film, well worthy of its accolades; writes Lewis Camley.

Beauty and the beast: Cutie and the Boxer review

Cutie and the Boxer Dir: Zachary Heinzerling It’s rare for a documentary to so fully infiltrate a pair of lives that they come across as narrative...

A statement on the media’s spectrum of anguish: Nightcrawler reviewed

The movie is a success not only as a character study of one man's psychopathy but a commentary of the parallel between corporate moral transgression and career enhancement.

Hammer time: Thor: The Dark World review

Does the superhero sequel live up to its pleasantly surprising predecessor?

Argo – Review

Argo has been hotly tipped to take this year's Best Picture Oscar, with Ben Affleck furthering his growing reputation as a young director of real quality. Drawing on the true story of a hair-brained CIA scheme to extract hostages from Iran, it's madcap plot and strong performances make it worth seeing; writes David Hershaw.

Leonardo DiCaprio’s Oscar win has changed the internet as we know...

Eliza Bigelow breaks down the post-#TeamLeo world for us