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REVIEW: The Armstrong Lie

February 19, 2014

The sporting world’s biggest ever lie is examined in Alex Gibney’s new documentary. Gary Grimes reviews.

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REVIEW: Anchorman 2

December 20, 2013

Ryan Foynes on the return of the Anchorman gang, does it live up to their first outing?

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REVIEW: Saving Mr. Banks

December 20, 2013

Daniel McDonald on why “Saving Mr Banks” was never going to be “Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious.”

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REVIEW: Blue Jasmine

December 4, 2013

Does Blue Jasmine herald a return to form for Woody Allen? He’s on the right track, according to Jason Brennan.

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REVIEW: Don Jon

December 4, 2013

Jason Brennan on Joseph Gordon Levitt’s directorial debut. Is it all it’s cracked up to be?

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REVIEW: The Family

December 4, 2013

Rachel Dowdall on De Niro’s latest outing in the comedy genre.

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REVIEW: Carrie

November 26, 2013

37 years on from the first adaptation of Stephen King’s “Carrie”, Karla Chubb on whether this remake takes the story in a new direction or leaves it to fall flat.

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REVIEW: Captain Phillips

November 20, 2013

Suzanne Cooper on Tom Hanks as Captain Richard Phillips and the hijacking by Somali pirates of his cargo ship in 2009, is it a biopic done right?

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REVIEW: Escape Plan

October 24, 2013

Old school prison movie Escape Plan, yet again teams up Sylvester Stallone and Arnold Schwarzenegger. Is it worth the hype? Definitely, according to Clarissa Waldron.

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REVIEW: RUSH

October 9, 2013

A review of Ron Howard’s latest cinematic offering

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Review: Side Effects

July 6, 2013

Side Effects is rumoured to be the last film made by the man behind Ocean’s Eleven, Steven Soderbergh. The cinematic genius Soderbergh leaves us in a state of confusion after we watch this movie –

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Review: Identity Thief

April 3, 2013

We start off with a gullible idiot and a thief, but by the end of this slapstick movie we have two good friends brought together by a series of increasingly bizarre events. With a director

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Top Three: Movies Adapted From Books

March 20, 2013

1. JAWS Jaws is a 1975 American horror/thriller film directed by Steven Spielberg and based on the Peter Benchley novel of the same name. Ask anyone, from your 90-year-old Granny to the 15-year-old boy who

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Review: Safe Haven

March 20, 2013

Nicholas Sparks is back and doing what he does oh so well. Better known for popular romantic flicks like The Notebook and Dear John, Sparks’ newest movie Safe Haven is just another weepy installment to