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TIFF 2017: ‘The Children Act’ Review: Dir. Richard Eyre (2017)

The Children Act review: Emma Thompson delivers an astonishingly elegant and fluent performance as a high court judge with both personal and professional dilemmas...

Armie Hammer & Geoffrey Rush Shine In First ‘Final Portrait’ UK...

Vertigo Films have delivered the very first UK trailer for their upcoming release Final Portrait. Armie Hammer and Geoffrey Rush lead the cast of...

Transformers: The Last Knight review: Dir. Michael Bay (2017)

Transformers: The Last Knight review: Michael Bay once again delves into the rich mythology of the Autobots for this fifth outing in the billion dollar franchise. Transformers:...

‘The Night Manager 2’ and other unnecessary sequels

Richard Roper is locked up. His evil arms business has been shut down and the dashing Night Manager of the title survived with his...

Final Portrait review [Berlinale]: Dir. Stanley Tucci (2017)

Final Portrait review: Celebrated character actor Stanley Tucci steps behind the camera once again for this sweet-natured true story about Swiss painter and sculptor...

Here’s the first teaser trailer for Disney’s ‘Beauty And The Beast’

Disney have just released the first teaser trailer for Beauty and the Beast, the live-action retelling of the classic tale, which arrives in cinemas...

Spotlight DVD Review: “A shocking & astonishing classic”

Spotlight is a modern day classic and what makes it specifically special, and rightfully shocking, is that this isn’t fiction. Here we follow the...

What we learned at The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part Two Press...

THN share all the secrets from the Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part Two press conference. The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part Two will arrive in cinemas this Thursday....

The men of Mockingjay Part Two share why they admire their...

The end of The Hunger Games movies arrives next week as The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part Two is released in cinemas. The film stops in one...

A Little Chaos DVD Review

Director: Alan Rickman Cast: Kate Winslet, Matthias Schoenaerts, Alan Rickman, Helen McCrory, Stanley Tucci Certificate: 12A Running Time: 117 minutes Although many will recognise Alan Rickman from this...