The Untouchables (1987) Review

The Untouchables (1987) Review

Brian De Palma’s impeccably acted prohibition Noir, ‘The Untouchables’ (1987) stands the test of time as an at times moving crime thriller. Christopher Connor reviews.

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Se7en (1995) Review

Se7en (1995) Review

The 25th anniversary of the release of David Fincher thriller ‘Se7en’ (1995) starring Brad Pitt and Morgan Freeman brings into question its quality. Sophia Mae Patfield reviews.

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Easy A (2010) Review

Easy A (2010) Review

Can you believe that it has been 10 years since the release of ‘Easy A’? Emma Stone, Stanley Tucci, Amanda Bynes and more star in Will Gluck’s version of “The Scarlet Letter”, reviewed by Martha Lane.

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Memories of Murder (2003) Review

Memories of Murder (2003) Review

‘Memories of Murder’ (2003), from ‘Parasite’ director Bong Joon-ho, has been re-released in 2020. Sam Sewell-Peterson reviews what is one of South Korea’s greatest ever films.

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Cléo from 5 to 7 (1962) Review

Cléo from 5 to 7 (1962) Review

Cléo from 5 to 7 (1962), from screenwriter-director Agnès Varda, the only female film director of the French New Wave, is filmed with love rather than contempt according to Eve O’Dea in this review.

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Heaven Knows What (2014) Review

Heaven Knows What (2014) Review

2014 Safdie Brothers film ‘Heaven Knows What’ is a typically ultra-realist expression of cinema from one of the form’s most revolutionary new partnerships. Leoni Horton reviews.

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Caliber 9 (1972) Review

Caliber 9 (1972) Review

‘You Have to Accept It’: Fate and Power in Fernando di Leo’s Milano calibro 9 (Calibre 9, 1972). Review by Paul A J Lewis.

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Comfort and Joy (1984) Review

Comfort and Joy (1984) Review

Two rival ice cream gangs and the radio presenter stuck in the middle of it all. That’s the premise for Bill Forsyth’s 1984 comedy ‘Comfort and Joy’, a landmark of Scottish cinema according to Mark Carnochan.

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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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