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Review: Inferno (2016)

Something always bothered me about the tin-foil-hatted way in which classic art and literature is made to be part of a super-secret puzzle that only one person in the world can solve.

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Review: The Girl On The Train (2016)

This year Paula Hawkins’ thriller novel The Girl On The Train got the Gone Girl treatment but didn’t quite have heads turning for the same reasons.

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Review: Creep (2014)

Found Footage films are an odd genre to discuss. On one hand, these kind of films can be a fairly interesting and effective way to bring across a greater sense of reality and energy to proceedings.

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reView: Paper Towns

Paper Towns is a film written by John Green, the author behind last years’ madly successful tearjerker The Fault in Our Stars. Ben Stockdale reviews.

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re:View – Only God Forgives

Only God Forgives, which is a good job as Drive fans may never forgive Director Nicholas Winding Refn for this beautiful disaster.

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‘The Dark Knight Rises’ to critics’ expectations

“The Dark Knight Rises” is the final instalment in the Batman trilogy– but does it live up to its expectations? John Fernandez went to see the film.

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The tale of a chameleon with no identity

Rango is a tale of an ordinary chameleon who accidentally ends up in a lawless outpost that is in need a sheriff, Samantha Coombes reviews the film.

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Generic romcom with ‘No Strings Attached’

‘No Strings Attached’ is the latest romcom to hit the big screen but is it worth a look? David Wriglesworth reviews the far from simple love story.

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The King’s Speech is moving and majestic

“The King’s Speech” has received international acclaim as Colin Firth has come from Mr Darcy to King George VI struggling with a stammer, his brother abdicating and the emergence of World War Two.

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Black Swan, a dance film like no other

A terrifying but elegant look at the ballet classic The Swan Princess as Natalie Portman tackles her own worst enemy – herself. Emily Howard reviews the film.

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