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La La Land deserves its 14 Oscar nominations for asking us, quite simply, to feel

by Rebecca Harrison
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Published 24.02.2017 Category:

Scorsese’s Silence is admirably faithful to the original Japanese novel

by Mark Williams
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Published 07.01.2017 Category:

The Crown may be inaccurate but it's a cracking period drama

by Gabriele Neher
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Published 16.11.2016 Category:

How the rise in TV 'crime porn' normalises violence against women

by Ruth Penfold-Mounce
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Published 25.10.2016 Category:

Five films that Donald Trump should watch

by Andrew Dix
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Published 08.08.2016 Category:

When life imitates art, and believable fiction inspires national politics

by Simon Willmetts
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Published 12.07.2016 Category:

Versailles, a new ten-part drama serial about Louis XIV by Canal Plus on the BBC

by Guy Rowlands
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Published 01.06.2016 Category:

SPOTLIGHT illuminates the unique power of journalism to uncover societal scandals

by David Pilgrim
5 stars 1 reviews
Published 04.02.2016 Category:

The Danish Girl: all skirt and no substance

by Clare Tebbutt
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Published 02.01.2016 Category:

Spectre review: James Bond makes his mark in an age of cybersecurity

by Joseph Oldham
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Published 30.10.2015 Category:

Life, James Dean and the limits of nostalgia

by J E Smyth
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Published 29.09.2015 Category:

Rough sex gives way to romance in the latest Lady Chatterley

by Andrew Harrison
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Published 19.09.2015 Category:

Dear White People ponders post-racism – but we need to talk about that

by Victoria Anderson
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Published 26.06.2015 Category:

Girlhood is remarkable – a film brimming with messages of empowerment

by William Brown
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Published 07.05.2015 Category:

Celebrity twat or man of the people? Russell Brand is both in The Emperor's New Clothes

by William Brown
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Published 29.04.2015 Category:

Films like Still Alice are crucial to keeping debate about dementia alive

by Catherine Bailey
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Published 12.03.2015 Category:

Still Alice is far from a good thing for dementia awareness

by June Andrews
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Published 10.03.2015 Category:

Fifty Shades of Grey is just an old-fashioned romance – that's the problem

by Karen Boyle
5 stars 2 reviews
Published 11.02.2015 Category:

The Theory of Everything is inspiring, despite a hackneyed treatment of Hawking's work

by Becky Douglas
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Published 28.12.2014 Category:

Unbroken [directed by Angelina Jolie] tries but fails to reassure during difficult times

by Guy Westwell
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Published 25.12.2014 Category:

Crowdfunding can drive new documentary filmmaking and build grass-root audiences

by Christopher Hird
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Published 20.12.2014 Category:

"A Touch of Sin" and "Leviathan"

by Ian Buruma
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Published 11.11.2014 Category:

Home, workplace, tomb – the reality of the World War II tank

by Clifford Williamson
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Published 27.10.2014 Category:

Forget Downton Abbey – Peaky Blinders is the period drama for our mistrustful times

by Steven Fielding
5 stars 1 reviews
Published 16.10.2014 Category:

How the films you've seen influence your choice of dog

by Flora Lisica
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Published 16.09.2014 Category:

Henry Jaglom: Conversation with the independent filmmaker, director, writer

by Mary L. Tabor
3.5 stars 186 reviews
Published 12.09.2013 Category: by Mary L. Tabor

Margin Call and Moneyball: Films about money?

by Mary L. Tabor
3 stars 320 reviews
Published 31.07.2013 Category: by Mary L. Tabor

Film and Books: The butterfly effect

by Mary L. Tabor
3 stars 252 reviews
Published 31.07.2013 Category: by Mary L. Tabor

Twelve films to love from 2011

by Mary L. Tabor
3 stars 46 reviews
Published 31.07.2013 Category: by Mary L. Tabor