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Get Out (2017)

Beauty And The Beast and Get Out, have there ever been two such different high profile films released on the same unassuming weekend in the middle of March? Whilst one is a retelling of...

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Live and Let Die

Three MI6 agents are killed simultaneously in New York, New Orleans, and a voodoo island nation putting Bond on the tail of a highly coordinated black market organization seeking to corner world heroin market...

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Mephisto

As he moves from Hamburg to Berlin, an actor’s star rises alongside Hitler’s as he becomes an unapologetic pawn and a puppet for the National Socialists and sees his theater taken over, wife emigrate,...

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Snowden

At a Hong Kong mall in 2013, as Edward Snowden (Joseph Gordon-Levitt) meets with media contacts in an attempt to pass classified documents gained from a Hawaii based NSA outpost, his professional career is...

Beauty And The Beast (2017)

Well, here we are people, the moment has finally come for 26 years worth of nostalgia to flood back in to theatres and for the folks over at Disney to give yet another one...

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RoboCop

In a near-futuristic version of a crime infested, urban decayed Detroit (which only seems marginally better than the real city) a cop killer (Kurtwood Smith) runs rampant and police threaten to strike as the...

Catfight (2016)

It’s been a relatively quiet week in the world of cinema, and I was looking for something low profile to tide me over until next when both Beauty And The Beast and Get Out...

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Ordinary People

Following the accidental death of his brother and a stay in the hospital following a suicide attempt and at the urging of his caring, somewhat aloof father (Donald Sutherland), an intelligent teenager (Timothy Hutton)...

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Within Our Gates

After her engagement is sabotaged by a jealous rival, a young woman returns to the South in order to save an impoverished rural school while her family’s harrowing history of lynching is told in...

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L.A. Confidential

Three detectives, a no nonsense enforcer (Russell Crowe),  a hated, career driven straight arrow (Guy Pearce), and a devil may care playboy (Kevin Spacey), in the early 1950s, ethically laxed Los Angeles Police Department...