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Review of Don’t Breathe

Review of Don’t Breathe

Don’t Breathe has been one of the surprise hits of the late summer. Made for less than $10 million, it has already made nine times that amount in the USA…

Asian hornet has been discovered in the UK

Asian hornet has been discovered in the UK

The National Bee Unit has confirmed a sighting of the Asian hornet in the Tetbury area of Gloucestershire – the first time the hornet has been discovered in the UK.…

Review of The Magnificent Seven

Review of The Magnificent Seven

The thing with movie clichés is that if you like the genre of film you can put up with, or even welcome them. I found that last year when San…

Review of Hell or High Water

Review of Hell or High Water

In some ways, Hell or High Water is pretty timeless. Two brothers (Tanner, Ben Foster and Toby, Chris Pine) go on bank robbing spree with lawmen Marcus Hamilton (Jeff Bridges)…

Review of Bridget Jones’ Baby

Review of Bridget Jones’ Baby

Bridget Jones’ Diary is a film I have a lot of personal affection for. As far as modern rom-coms goes it is pretty much as good as it gets, helped…

Review of Anthropoid

Review of Anthropoid

Operation Daybreak in 1975 came a decade after the golden age of World War 2 movies. Perhaps as a result, it remains an unfairly overlooked film and the true story…

Review of ChickLit

Review of ChickLit

This is a film I really wanted to like – potentially an amiable feelgood low-budget British comedy but it ultimately came across as something that would have been better suited…

Review of Equity

Review of Equity

One good thing about the recent financial scandals and banking crisis has been the spate of excellent films that cover the subject one way or another. From Margin Call, the…

Review of Café Society

Review of Café Society

Now 80, but still produces a film a year, Woody Allen is undoubtedly past his best. However, almost every release has its merits and every so often, he produces a…

Review of Julieta

Review of Julieta

I feel like I grew up, in terms of my film watching with Pedro Almodovar. I had already discovered some great foreign language films on BBC2 and Channel 4, but…