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Monday, November 19, 2018

The S is for serious: Man of Steel review

Man of Steel Dir: Zack Snyder 7/10 Like the latest Star Trek rebirth, Man of Steel opens with the literal conception of its protagonist in a chaotic,...

The Critics: Source Code; Blue Valentine

Source Code 3.5/5 Following the incredible critical and commercial success of Inception last year, 2011 is seeing a crop of high-concept blockbusters hitting screens in an...

Burton goes back to basics

Grace Card reviews Tim Burton's latest, Frankenweenie

The Critics: Senna

Senna Dir. Asif Kapadia So often, a biography attempts to convey the life and spirit of a person through the words of others, a practise that...

The Critics: The Help

Dir. Tate Taylor The Help by Kathryn Stockett was published in 2009 and has since become a New York Times bestseller. It has now been...

Game of Thrones: Mhysa – Review

Richard Browne reviews the final instalment of season three

The Perks of Being A Wallflower – review

Stephen Chbosky adapts his own cult teenage novel for the big screen, bringing Logan Lerman, Ezra Miller and Emma Watson along for the awkward, self-aware ride.

Highlights of The Toronto International Film Festival

Highlights from the Toronto International Film Festival that you won't want to miss.

Game of Thrones: Walk of Punishment – review

The critically-acclaimed (and jaw-droppingly brilliant) HBO series Game of Thrones has returned to screens on both sides of the Atlantic. Each week, Richard Browne reviews each episode as the...

Beasts of the Southern Wild – Review

A Vision of the Wild: this American indie sensation has lit up world cinema with its magic-realist look at life in a marginalised, though very much alive, floating community in New Orleans. An extraordinary tale of childhood wonder and struggle which shows films can be made differently, says Susanna Sabin.