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‘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...

Here’s The First Trailer & Poster For British Heist Film ‘King...

The first teaser trailer for the upcoming British heist movie King Of Thieves has just debuted online. It arrives with the first poster for...

The Sense of an Ending review: Dir. Ritesh Batra (2017)

The Sense of an Ending review: Jim Broadbent heads up this intriguing mystery that shines a light on the lies we tell ourselves. The Sense...

‘Bridget Jones’s Baby’ review: “Utterly hilarious”

Bridget Jones’s Baby review: A comedy that pushes viewers to accept the perfectly imperfect. Bridget Jones’s Baby review, Matthew Ceo for The Hollywood News. As the...

Jim Broadbent has joined the cast of ‘Game Of Thrones’ season...

Jim Broadbent has reportedly joined the cast of Game Of Thrones and will make his debut next year for season seven. Entertainment Weekly were...

Asterix: The Mansions of the Gods review: “One of the best...

Asterix: The Mansions of the Gods review: The famous Franco-Belgian comic creation returns to the big screen in a CG effort that rivals the...

Here’s the UK trailer for ‘Asterix: The Mansions of the Gods’

There's a new Asterix movie coming to cinemas next month, and we have the full UK trailer for it below. Asterix: The Mansions of the...

Brooklyn DVD Review

Director: John Crowley Screenplay by Nick Hornby, based on the book by Colm Tóibín Starring: Saoirse Ronan, Emory Cohen, Julie Walters, Jim Broadbent, Domhnall Gleeson Certificate: 12 As the...

Full cast announced for A Christmas Carol in the West End

Adeel Akhtar, Amelia Bullmore, Keir Charles and Samantha Spiro will join Jim Broadbent in the cast of A Christmas Carol. The full cast for the...

Brooklyn review [LFF 2015]: “Quaint and stylish, yet dull and obvious…”

Brooklyn review: Quaint and stylish, yet dull and obvious, Brooklyn plays it safe for the majority of its run time. Remember when immigration was fun? These days...