Christopher Nolan’s much anticipated futuristic thriller hits cinemas. Laurence Green weighs up whether it is worth the admission fee.
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Everyone loves a poker scene. They’re the perfect setting for either high drama or hilarity, depending on the programme, and … [ Read More ]
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A sensuous, dream-like study of lazy memory, lost time and flight is provided by Bi Gan in his hypnotic and … [ Read More ]
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Social commentary is combined with a sense of the supernatural in Mati Diop’s acclaimed debut feature Atlantics (ICA) which is … [ Read More ]
A devastating portrait of marital breakdown is provided by Noah (The Squid and the Whale) Baumbach in his most personal … [ Read More ]
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The psychological cost of total war is explored with great insight in Katemir Balagov’s award-winning second feature Beanpole (ICA cinema), … [ Read More ]
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I have long been a fan of the late great poet/singer-songwriter Leonard Cohen so I was looking forward to seeing … [ Read More ]
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In the penultimate episode of the series, we witness the invention of the bounce stabiliser, listen to delicious dust, and … [ Read More ]
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Picking worthy targets maybe, however the writing isn’t funny or original enough for the programme to feel worthwhile.
This week’s Taskmaster has been marked with a touch of sadness following recent news concerning Paul Sinha.
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There are many cases of authors making cameos as themselves in films. This film took it to another level.
As we reach the half-way point in the series, Little Alex Horne is stabbed with a pen and Paul Sinha … [ Read More ]
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The Hot Zone is a new harrowing drama miniseries from National Geographic based on the 1994 book of the same … [ Read More ]