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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...

‘Sicario 2: Soldado’ Review: Dir. Stefano Sollima (2018)

Sicario 2: Soldado:  Denis Villeneuve's  blistering, daring thriller gets a follow-up three years on, but this sequel lacks some of the magic of the...

‘Tag’ Review: Dir. Jeff Tomsic (2018)

Tag review: True life buddy comedy runs out of steam. Tag review by Freda Cooper. You couldn’t make this up – but, oh, you so wish...

‘Adrift’ Review: Dir. Baltasar Kormakur (2018)

Adrift review:  Shailene Woodley keeps this sailing drama afloat. Adrift review by Freda Cooper. A breakthrough role at just 20 can be a double edged sword....