The Forgiven (2021) Review

The Forgiven (2021) Review

John Michael McDonagh returns to form with ‘The Forgiven’ starring Ralph Fiennes and Jessica Chastain, an upper class couple who accidentally kill a Moroccan boy. Review by Mark Carnochan.

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100 Unmissable BBC Films

100 Unmissable BBC Films

From the unmissable British Broadcasting Corporation film ‘Billy Elliot’ to ‘The Power of the Dog’, ‘Iris’ to ‘His House’, the 100 best BBC Films. List by Katie Doyle, Sam Sewell-Peterson and Joseph Wade.

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No Time to Die (2021) Review

No Time to Die (2021) Review

Daniel Craig says goodbye to the Bond franchise in Cary Joji Fukunaga’s ‘No Time to Die’ (2021), co-starring Lashana Lynch, Rami Malek, Léa Seydoux. Sam Sewell-Peterson reviews.

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The Grand Budapest Hotel (2014) Review

The Grand Budapest Hotel (2014) Review

Is 2014’s ‘The Grand Budapest Hotel’ Wes Anderson’s finest hour as an auteur? Ralph Fiennes and Tony Revolori star at the head of an ensemble cast. Reviewed by Christopher Connor.

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The Dig (2021) Review

The Dig (2021) Review

Ralph Fiennes and Carey Mulligan star in 2021 Netflix Original British drama ‘The Dig’, a “based on true events” look at existence and legacy. Review by Joseph Wade.

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Wuthering Heights Films Ranked

Wuthering Heights Films Ranked

The 4 English language feature film adaptations of Emily Brontë’s “Wuthering Heights” ranked worst to best in terms of artistic merit, and critical/popular reception, by Annice White.

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Official Secrets (2019) Review

Official Secrets (2019) Review

Keira Knightley heads an all-star British cast for ‘Official Secrets’, a political thriller from ‘Eye in the Sky’ director Gavin Hood about the true story of Katherine Gun. Joseph Wade reviews.

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A Retrospective Look at The Passion of the Christ and Its Artistic/Cultural Merits

A Retrospective Look at The Passion of the Christ and Its Artistic/Cultural Merits

In this eye-opening piece of analysis, Katie Doyle takes an in-depth look at ‘The Passion of the Christ’ as a piece of art and a cultural phenomenon, flagging issues regarding discrimination and the movie’s post-9/11 politics.

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