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Best Film: Birdman Boyhood The Grand Budapest Hotel The Imitation Game The Theory Of Everything Outstanding British Film: ’71 The Imitation Game Paddington Pride The Theory Of Everything Under The Skin Outstanding Debut B...

 
 
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[Review] – ‘Unbroken’

 
 
 
 
 
 
January 8, 2015
 



Review: It’s not exactly a sight we’re used to seeing, Angelina Jolie in the director’s chair. This is Jolie’s third go at directıng, with one documentary (A place in Time) and one self-written feature film (In the Land of Milk...

 
 
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[Review] – ‘Into The Woods’

 
 
 
 
 
 
January 8, 2015
 



Review: It would generally be unfair for me to be the one to critique a musical.  I’ve never understood the off-putting way musical characters break into song from seemingly nothing.  However, having been exposed to more of the...

 
 
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It’s the start of a brand new year, officially. You can feel it in the bags under your eyes as you shuffle into public transport and your tin cars at seven o’clock in the morning. The chill of winter numbing your fingertips blu...

 
 
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[Review] – ‘A Most Violent Year’

 
 
 
 
 
 
January 8, 2015
 



Review: New-York, year 1981. The most violent year according to the NYPD records, in banditry, organized crimes and larceny. Director J. C. Chandor (from the magnificent ‘Margin Calls’ and ‘All is Lost’) strikes for a third tim...

 
 
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[Review] – ‘Get On Up’

 
 
 
 
 
 
January 5, 2015
 



Review: I generally avoid biopics. They’re depressing, and shatter whatever idyllic notion one may have regarding the central subject. Granted, people aren’t perfect, but biopics remind us that great artists were never great hu...