Film Review

JOY (2015)

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If there were a recipe that could be applied to David O. Russell’s output of the last few years, it would go something like…

PARTISAN (2015)

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Whether it’s the intense psychological drama of films like Sean Durkin’s underrated chiller Martha Marcy May Marlene (2011), or the hilarious satire of irresistible…

THE DANISH GIRL (2015)

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Following on from their respective awards successes of late, a team-up between director Tom Hooper (The King’s Speech) and Eddie Redmayne (The Theory of Everything)…

LEGEND (1985)

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While Ridley Scott’s long, eclectic filmography has its ups and downs, fans and non-fans alike generally agree that he’s never quite reached the heights…

HEAT (1995)

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Michael Mann’s Heat is essentially a ‘cops and robbers’ story. But, of course, it’s also a hell of a lot more than that. Unlike…

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TRAINWRECK (2015)

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It’s both a success and failure that the funniest thing about Judd Apatow’s latest film is basketball star LeBron James. I’ve never seen him…

KRAMPUS (2015)

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It’s impossible to talk about Christmas horror movies without referencing Gremlins, and Krampus knows that. Boasting a similar family-fight-festive-critters premise to Joe Dante’s 1984…