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‘Skyscraper’ Review: Dir. Rawson Marshall Thurber (2018)

Skyscraper review: Dwayne Johnson takes to the world's tallest building for his latest action movie - in cinemas July 12th. Skyscraper review by Andrew Gaudion. An ideal...

Home Entertianment: ‘Dark Crimes’ DVD Review

Everyone has an actor that they make an effort to watch everything that they produce, through thick and thin. For me, one of those...

The Beatles’ ‘Yellow Submarine’ at 50: A Trip Still Worth Taking

It was 50 years ago today that Pepperland fell into disarray. The Blue Meanies came to town, and not a song could be found....

‘Overboard’ Review: Dir. Rob Greenberg (2018)

Overboard review: Anna Faris and Eugenio Derbez lead the cast of this very average 2018 update of the 1987 Goldie Hawn and Kurt Russell comedy. Overboard...

‘Close Encounters Of The Third Kind’ In Concert At The Royal...

Five tones. That’s all it took for John Williams to convey a sense of a wider form of communication that stretches from the Earth...

‘Ismael’s Ghosts’ Review: Dir. Arnaud Desplechin (2018)

Ismael's Ghosts review: Marion Cotillard leads the cast of this feature which follows a filmmaker whose life is sent into a tailspin by the...

‘My Friend Dahmer’ Review: Dir. Marc Meyers (2018)

My Friend Dahmer review: A feature character study of teenager Jeffrey Dahmer, a boy who grows into one of the most notorious serial killers of...

Home Entertainment: ‘The Jurassic Games’ DVD Review

Set in a not too distant future, The Jurassic Games (the latest film to aim for the Sharknado crown of best ‘crap-tastic’ flick) paints...

Cannes 2018: ‘Buy Me a Gun’ Review: Dir. Julio Hernandez Cordon...

Buy Me A Gun review: Known as Cómprame un revolver in its homeland, Julio Hernandez Cordon's latest hits Director's Fortnight at Cannes 2018. Buy Me A Gun...

‘Jeune Femme’ Review: Dir. Léonor Serraille (2018)

Jeune Femme review: The film that won the Camera d’Or prize at last year’s Cannes Festival, as well as a César award. It is not hard...