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Snatched review: Dir. Jonathan Levine (2017)

Snatched review: Goldie Hawn returns to the screen after more than a decade with this Amy Schumer-led comedy vehicle from the director of 50/50. Snatched...

King Arthur: Legend of the Sword review: Dir. Guy Ritchie (2017)

King Arthur Legend of the Sword review: Guy Ritchie serves up his take on the legend. King Arthur Legend of the Sword review by Andrew...

EMO The Musical review [Berlinale]: Dir. Neil Triffett (2017)

EMO The Musical: Neil Triffett’s feature length adaption of his own short film debuts at the 2017 Berlinale. EMO The Musical review by Andrew Gaudion...

‘Cameraperson’ review : “A unique and captivating visual memoir…”

Cameraperson review: The critically acclaimed documentary arrives on UK soil following an impressive debut at Sundance 2016. Read our Cameraperson review below. You may not know...

‘xXx: Return of Xander Cage’ review: “Note to audience: Brain not...

xXx Return of Xander Cage review: It's all out action as Vin Diesel returns to the franchise to take it to the next level. Read...

‘Silence’ review – “A startling and beautiful exploration of faith”

Silence review: Martin Scorsese delivers a long in-development story, one of the first great movies of 2017. Silence review, Andrew Gaudion, December 2016. Silence has alluded...

‘Monster Trucks’ review: “A good-natured adventure for all the family.”

There are some films that you simply cannot bring yourself to criticise in aggressive fashion, films that are so harmless that you end up...

‘The Darkest Universe’ review: “Hinges on the strength of its intriguing...

The Darkest Universe review: A low-budget indie flick with more ambition than it first may appear. The Darkest Universe review, Andrew Gaudion. Directing duo Will Sharpe...

‘Kickboxer: Vengeance’ review: “Cheap, dull, and lacking in dungaree vests”

Kickboxer Vengeance review: Jean Claude Van Damme returns to one of his classics with Alain Moussi taking the lead. Kickboxer Vengeance review by Andrew Gaudion. 1989’s...

‘The Beatles: Eight Days A Week – The Touring Years’ review:...

The Beatles: Eight Days A Week - The Touring Years review: A joyous, lovingly crafted tribute to an iconic band. Ladies and gentlemen, boys...