The Broken Hearts Gallery (2020) Review

The Broken Hearts Gallery (2020) Review

2020 rom-com ‘The Broken Hearts Gallery’, from screenwriter-director Natalie Krinsky and starring Geraldine Viswanathan, demonstrates the timelessness of New York City love stories. Leoni Horton reviews.

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An American Pickle (2020) Review

An American Pickle (2020) Review

Seth Rogen offers a terrific combination of leading performances in ‘An American Pickle’, a “sophisticated but not alienating” comedy from Pixar and SNL writer Simon Rich. Annice White reviews.

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Get Duked! (2020) Review

Get Duked! (2020) Review

“One of 2020’s best”, Amazon Original Scottish horror-comedy ‘Get Duked!’, is a memorable feature debut for screenwriter-director Ninian Doff. Full movie Review by Mark Carnochan.

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Pitch Perfect Movies Ranked

Pitch Perfect Movies Ranked

The three movies from the Pitch Perfect series Ranked (from worst to best) in terms of enjoyment, artistic credibility and audience perception, by Emma Kershaw.

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Panic! At The Movies: An Emo Top 10 Watchlist

Panic! At The Movies: An Emo Top 10 Watchlist

Panic! At the Movies – An essential watchlist to awaken your sleeping inner emo kid. List curated and written by Leoni Horton.

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Hot Fuzz (2007) Review

Hot Fuzz (2007) Review

The midpoint of The Cornetto Trilogy, ‘Hot Fuzz’, finds Edgar Wright, Simon Pegg and Nick Frost firing on all cylinders. Christopher Connor reviews.

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Adult Life Skills (2016) Review

Adult Life Skills (2016) Review

‘Adult Life Skills’ (2016) starring Jodie Whittaker has “a certain dressed-down appeal” that indicates writer-director Rachel Tunnard “could be one to watch”. Sam Sewell-Peterson reviews this film about tackling grief and growing up in your 20s.

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What We Did on Our Holiday (2014) Review

What We Did on Our Holiday (2014) Review

‘What We Did on Our Holiday’ (2014) is proof you should never judge a book by its cover, this David Tennant and Rosamund Pike starring drama “smashing audience expectations” set by its trailers. Mark Carnochan reviews.

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An American Werewolf In London – Unfinished Game-Changing Fun

An American Werewolf In London – Unfinished Game-Changing Fun

Roger Ebert once described horror-comedy ‘An American Werewolf in London’ (1981), from director John Landis, as “unfinished”. Sarah Williams looks at how this unfinished movie changed the game by making horror fun.

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