Emotive material, full-on performances and jaw-dropping cinematic bravura lift this latest from French-Canadian maverick Jean-Marc Vallée (C.R.A.Z.Y.) to lofty heights of accomplishment. Is the love of our lives a once-only experience? That’s the question seemingly linking two disparate story threads.... Read More
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Terry McMahon’s debut feature is an excoriating portrait of an entitled sociopath who, after running over a working-class girl, decides to remove himself from the constraints imposed by society and leave all his major choices to a deck of cards,... Read More
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Now painstakingly restored to its full Technicolor glory, Powell and Pressburger’s masterpiece is, among other things, probably the greatest study of ‘Englishness’ in the history of cinema.
General Clive Wynne-Candy (Roger Livesey) is first found relaxing in faintly complacent and... Read More
BOOK NOW Times: 13.10|18.05
Every once in a blue moon comes an action movie that reinvigorates the genre, raising the bar for the next generation of contenders: Welsh filmmaker Gareth Evans’ breathless and bloody contender, lensed in Jakarta, is that film, and one of... Read More
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The term ‘Arab spring’ acquires a rather different resonance in this warm-hearted character comedy about the women of a rural North African village who are determined to bring running water to their community.
They’ve always had to trudge up the... Read More
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