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‘The Mule’ Review: Dir. Clint Eastwood (2019)

The Mule review Clint Eastwood is back on the screen for the first time since 2014’s Trouble With The Curve for a film that...

‘The Upside’ Review: Dir. Neil Burger (2019)

The Upside review: One of the most unexpected hits of 2012 – the year that gave us The Hunger Games, The Descendants and The...

All Together Now – Great Ensemble Movies

The cinematic New Year opens with The Favourite, and its formidable ensemble of Olivia Colman, Rachel Weisz, and Emma Stone.  Freda Cooper takes a...

‘Welcome To Marwen’ Review: Dir. Robert Zemeckis (2019)

To say the American box office welcome to Robert Zemeckis’ latest has been lukewarm is putting it mildly. Welcome To Marwen is reportedly set...

‘Mortal Engines’ Review: Dir. Christian Rivers (2018)

Mortal Engines review: It looked like YA movies had at last reached the end of the road. But no. They came spluttering back to...

Exclusive Interview: Director Yann Demange Talks ‘White Boy Rick’

Four years ago, director Yann Demange burst onto screens with '71, which followed a squaddie separated from his unit at the height of the...

Exclusive Interview: Director Sebastian Lelio & Actor Alessandro Nivola On ‘Disobedience’

After the critical bouquets showered on his A Fantastic Woman – the Oscars, Berlin and The Spirit Awards all joined the queue to hand...

‘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...