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Every school has their labels and the classics still exist. But what happens when you discover that your friends, your fellow students and practically everyone you know have you labelled as The DUFF? Bianca Piper (Mae Whitman) is a smart, pretty high school girl with a great personality. Cynical, funny, clever, she sees herself the […]

White Bird In A Blizzard

What starts off as a simple story about a missing, estranged mother who has seemingly run off on her own turns into something much more complex in White Bird in a Blizzard. It’ll be hard not to ruin the story and give my full reaction, but when spoilers loom, there will be a warning. Eve […]

The Man from U.N.C.L.E.

Henry Cavill (“Man of Steel”) stars as Napoleon Solo opposite Armie Hammer (“The Social Network”) as Illya Kuryakin in director Guy Ritchie’s “The Man from U.N.C.L.E.,” a fresh take on the hugely popular 1960s television series. Set against the backdrop of the early 1960s, at the height of the Cold War, “The Man from U.N.C.L.E.” […]

Effie Gray

When one of our national treasures, Emma Thompson, has a hand in anything, I am usually the first there. Although primarily known as an actress, every several years or so, we are treated to a screenplay from Thompson. Her latest offering tells the true story of the unhappy marriage between renowned art critic John Ruskin […]


You know when you see a film and you can’t stop thinking about it? Danish director Susanne Bier’s latest offering is just that. Serena stood out to me before I had seen it, as Bier is one of my favourite international directors, having loved her 2002 Danish drama Open Hearts. Serena seemed an interesting project […]

Kingsman: The Secret Service

Matthew Vaughn continues his fine directorial form with the euphorically divisive Kingsman: The Secret Service. The film stars Taron Edgerton as youth-off-the-rails Eggsy, and Colin Firth as man-in-a-suit Harry Hart. The film begins with a flashback to the loss of a Hart’s fellow spy and friend, the father of Eggsy. Hart vows to help the […]


The first thing I did when Citizenfour finished was disconnect from the internet. My laptop, phone, tablet, all of it. Laura Poitras’s documentary manages bridge the divide between fascinating and terrifying. Laura’s previous documentaries (‘The Oath’ and ‘My Country, My Country’) caught the attention of the US Government, but they also caught Edward Snowden’s, because […]


If Whiplash is a war film set in a music hall, then x+y resembles combat of an altogether academic sort. Both films focus on the skill, drive and determination involved in realising one’s potential; as well as the battles, wherever they may take place, that must be fought to do so. Another point of similarity […]

Love is Strange

Love is Strange has been described as “the year’s best romantic drama”. Your first reaction might be to assume that this reviewer experienced a pretty mediocre year, but many others have been similarly full of praise. The maddening thing is that when you look at the premise of the film it really does have potential […]

Watch: first footage of Daniel Craig as James Bond in Spectre

James Bond fans have been given their first glimpse of new film Spectre, as well as an exclusive image of Daniel Craig in what will be the British spy’s 24th outing on screen. The behind the scenes footage takes us on set in the mountains of Austria’s Sölden region where, as associate producer Gregg Wilson explained, […]

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