Film & Books

IN Review: Allied 'lacks that overall epic feel of those classics of yore...'

Will mushroom picking on Hampstead Heath as a precursor to love-making become the latest trend in the capital?...

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Friday Night Film at MK Gallery: Where You're Meant to Be

Cult-pop raconteur Aidan Moffat sets out to explore Scotland’s past by rewriting and touring its oldest songs......

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OU Film Society: See The New Girlfriend on the big screen

French film The New Girlfriend is this week’s pick by the Open Film Society. Conventional notions of gender are subverted as David turns into Virginia......

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In Review: Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them on the big screen...

Thankfully for Rowling and fans of Harry Potter (and producers/distributors Heyday Films and Warner Brothers) J.K. Rowling painted on as broad a canvas as possible, leaving many possibilities for a wizarding world long after Potter was retired....

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In Review: How to view Arrival: 'Watch. Digest. Leave feeling at peace. Repeat if necessary'

"We need to talk more" Adams states. Given contemporary concerns about migration and controversial comments made during the recent US Presidential election, the film has incredible relevancy. ...

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In Review: The Light Between Oceans is a great value tear-jerker

The cast are top-drawer in what sounds and feels suspiciously like big budget and classily handled TV movie 'Issue of the week' dross, the sort they made hundreds of back in the 1990's. But it's the best value tearjerker around so is definitely worth a look....

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