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‘Shoplifters’ Review: Dir. Kore-eda Hirokazu (2018)

Shoplifters review: Writer/director Kore-eda Hirokazu’s Palme D’or winner slips quietly into selected cinemas this week, a low key arrival for such a prestigious title...

‘Slaughterhouse Rulez’ Review: Dir. Crispian Mills (2018)

Slaughterhouse Rulez review: Title ring a bell? It should do and it’s not the only thing about Slaughterhouse Rulez that sounds and looks more...

Exclusive Interview: Jason Reitman On ‘The Front Runner’, The Current State...

Jason Reitman admits he's too young to remember the real events that inspired his latest film, The Front Runner.  He was still in short...

LFF: ‘Sorry To Bother You’ Review: Dir. Boots Riley (2018)

Sorry To Bother You review: Back in the summer, the British branch of the film Twittersphere was nearly in meltdown. It was a matter...

Exclusive Interview: Director Lenny Abrahamson On ‘The Little Stranger’

Director Lenny Abrahamson’s much-anticipated follow up to his Oscar-winning Room has a more expansive setting – but is no less claustrophobic.  Based on Sarah...

‘The Little Stranger’ Review: Dir. Lenny Abrahamson (2018)

The Little Stranger: It seems little more than the blink of an eye since director Lenny Abrahamson was the man of the moment.  His...

‘King Of Thieves’ Review: Dir. James Marsh (2018)

King Of Thieves review: A film about the Hatton Garden heist?  Haven’t we already had one of those?  We sure have – two of...

Interviews: Hayley Atwell, Marc Forster & Jim Cummings On ‘Christopher Robin’

Following in the footsteps – or should that be paw prints? - of Maleficent, Cinderella and The Jungle Book comes Christopher Robin, Disney’s latest...

‘Christopher Robin’ Review: Dir. Marc Forster (2018)

Christopher Robin: Ewan McGregor leads the cast of this warm and fuzzy Disney live action re-boot. Christopher Robin review by Freda Cooper. Did you grow up...

Interview: Director Brad Bird and Producers John Walker & Nicole Grindle...

It’s been fourteen years in the waiting but, finally, Disney Pixar’s Incredibles 2 swoops into cinemas this week.  The second outing for the Parr...