Reviews

  • Au Revoir Les Enfants (1987)

    Au Revoir Les Enfants (1987)

    4/5
    This intensely personal film by revered French film director Louis Malle draws upon the directors’ childhood in a Catholic boarding school during the period of French occupation.  It took the director a long time to get to the point where he thought he was able to do justice to this poignant and moving story, and [...]

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  • The Long Haul Review

    The Long Haul Review

    3.5/5
    If there was ever an actor that matched the heft and expression of a Leyland truck it was Victor Mature, so who better to star in The Long Haul, a trucking thriller that combines US noir with British dour. Mature plays Harry Miller, a demobbed American GI keen to return to US apple pie but [...]

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  • Beyond Clueless review

    Beyond Clueless review

    3/5
    Cinema is of such an age now that we’ve all grown up in its shadow. We each have our own beloved film that offers a cinematic marker to our fumbling, formative years. Yes, that genre graced with the affectionate moniker of ‘the teen movie’ is a vicarious rite-of-passage and giddy theatrical pill; offering an escape for all [...]

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  • The National Gallery Review

    The National Gallery Review

    4/5
    Frederick Wiseman’s documentary aims to convey the painstaking work that goes into making The National Gallery what it is, and just how many wonders this institution contains.

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  • Into The Woods Review

    Into The Woods Review

    4/5
    Into The Woods is a beautifully put together, atmospheric fairy tale, a magical feat in musical storytelling and features an all star cast led by the seriously awesome and very award worthy Meryl Streep.

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  • The Woman In Black 2 Angel of Death Review

    The Woman In Black 2 Angel of Death Review

    3/5
    The Woman In Black 2: Angel of Death is the perfect distraction from the post Christmas blues; horror, darkness, screaming and missing children – sounds just perfect doesn’t it?

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