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Black Mass DVD review: “Depp is mesmerising”

Black Mass DVD review: A captivating and engrossing gangster movie, unmissable due to Depp's powerhouse performance. Black Mass is a return to form for Hollywood...

The Program DVD review “Always interesting…”

Director: Stephen Frears Screenplay by John Hodge, based on the book by David Walsh Starring: Ben Foster, Chris O'Dowd, Guillaume Canet, Jesse Plemons You may not know...

Steve Jobs press conference [LFF 2015]

This afternoon, we had the pleasure of being in the company of Michael Fassbender, Kate Winslet, Jeff Daniels, Katherine Waterston, Aaron Sorkin, Michael Shuhlberg...

Goosebumps review [LFF 2015]: “Very entertaining film, with laughs, jumps and...

Goosebumps review: Will certainly appeal to nostalgia hounds. Anyone my age will be familiar with Goosebumps. The endless series of books from R.L. Stine were an...

Madonna review [LFF 2015]: “A relentless and torturous watch.”

Madonna review: Shot like a nightmare, every scene feels dirty and unclean. South Korea has given us plenty of dark and brutal films over the course...

The Boy and the Beast review [LFF 2015]: “An enjoyable and...

The Boy and the Beast review: Heavy on heart. While there is a strong and engaging narrative that encompasses plenty of action and excitement. Mamoru Hosoda has...

Steve Jobs review [LFF 2015]: “A necessary watch”

Steve Jobs review: Danny Boyle and Aaron Sorkn take a bite out of Apple with this superb biographical drama. Steve Jobs is the second high-profile...

The 2015 BFI London Film Festival winners announced

The 2015 BFI London Film Festival offically wraps up tomorro with a closing night presentation of Steve Jobs, the new biopic from Danny Boyle,...

Truth review [LFF 2015]: “Generic, but captivating all the same…”

Truth review: While a little clunky in places, Truth delivers the goods, along with another superb performance by Blanchett. Cate Blanchett leads the cast in...

Victoria review [LFF 2015]: “Remarkable”

Victoria review: A remarkable technical acheievement in filmmaking. Thrilling, brutal and tension-packed. German film Victoria is an enthralling ride of a movie that builds on...