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The Life and Times of Roger Ebert

November 26, 2014

Off of the back of the release of Life Itself, a documentary focusing on the life of Roger Ebert, Ryan Foynes takes a look at the documentary and give his own take on the film critic’s life.

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Review: Interstellar

November 26, 2014

Gavin Nolan takes a look at the latest offering from his namesake Christopher, the 169-minute epic, Interstellar.

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Review: Dracula Untold

October 29, 2014

Leigh McGowran takes a look at Gary Shore’s attempt at an origin story for the world’s most famous vampire.

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One-line reviews

October 29, 2014

The Suss team give their succinct thoughts on recent happenings in the art world and attempt, at times, to be funny.

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Review: Gone Girl

October 15, 2014

Pippa Doyle takes a look at the hotly-anticipated David Fincher film.

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Review: Calvary

April 30, 2014

Garrett Lavin reviews the second part of John Michael McDonagh’s “glorified suicide trilogy”

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Top 5 film remakes

April 16, 2014

Take 2: Claudia Gocoul whittles it down to our top five movie remakes.

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Review: No Limbs, No Limits

April 2, 2014

No Limbs, No Limits is the story of Joanne O’Riordan, who suffers from Total Amelia syndrome. The documentary deserves a wider audience, says Michael Sheils McNamee.

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Review: The Zero Theorem

March 19, 2014

Terry Gilliam’s characters leave plenty to be desired in his latest offering The Zero Theorem.

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The Ones That Got Away: Best of the Oscars Snubs

March 5, 2014

While the 2014 Academy Awards have been and gone, and all the gongs have been handed out, deservedly or not, Emily Bodkin takes a look at a few films that missed out on joining the movie award hall of fame.

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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.