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Thor Ragnarok: Review

Going into this film I was extremely wary. It is no small understatement to say that, in the Marvel cinematic universe, the Thor films are undoubtedly the weakest link. So, I was sceptical going in to say the least.

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Student filmmakers turn to the crowd over financing difficulties

Student filmmakers are increasingly turning to crowdfunding sites like Kickstarter to make their coursework become a reality. Is this feasible in the long term, or should universities give more financial backing? Gregor Smith reports.

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New year, new films: what to watch out for in 2013

2013 is a brand new year – and with it will bring a whole host of film releases. James Hicks takes a look ahead to what we can expect in cinemas.

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‘Life of Pi’ breathes new life into cinema

“Life of Pi” is renowned film director Ang Lee’s latest offering. But is it more than just a man and a tiger on a boat? Thomas Mills went to find out.

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Film review: ‘Apollo 18’ fails to launch

Apollo 18 has landed in cinemas but is it worth the wait? David Wriglesworth went along to find out.

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