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Rental Review: Kuso

I'm depressed. The shards of hope I nursed for the future are gone, shattered by the heavy feet of prurience and pretension.  You see, last week I saw Kuso, Steve Ellison's (aka music producer Flying...
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Movie Review: Scribe

After an alcoholic nervous breakdown at work, middle aged, mild-mannered accountant Duval (François Cluzet) finds himself unemployed and unemployable. Two years later, he’s living an almost monastic...
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DVD Review: Origin Wars

Before it became a global franchise to rival McDonalds, it’s worth remembering that when George Lucas first set out to make Star Wars, it was only because he’d been thwarted in his attempt to get the...
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Movie Review: Song To Song

It’s become almost a sport to hate Terrence Malick, to mock him, to dismiss him as a parody of his own reclusive, enigmatic image, his films nothing more than pretentious, philosophical wool-gathering. For...
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DVD Review: The Age Of Shadows

“Who can be a friend in this age?” That’s the question that beats at the heart of Kim Jee-woon’s elegantly vicious 1920s-set spy thriller transposing the twists and turns of vintage Le Carre or...
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Movie Review: Spaceship

Still mourning the mysterious drowning/possible suicide of her mother, teenage cyber-goth Lucidia (Alexa Davies) mooches around Aldershot with her cyber-goth friends doing cyber-goth things, which seem to...
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Movie Review: The Levelling

After the sudden and suspicious death of her brother Harry, young trainee vet Clover (Ellie Kendrick) returns to the Somerset family cattle farm and the man she thought she’d escaped years ago; her...
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Movie Review: Man Down

In the ruins of a post-apocalyptic America, former marine, Gabriel Drummer (a beefed-up Shia LaBeouf), still traumatised by his experiences serving in Afghanistan, searches for his missing wife (Kate Mara) and...
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Movie Review: The Void

After a massacre at an isolated farmhouse, a disparate group of 80's stereotypes (the reluctant hero cop with "issues", his ex-wife, an arsey student nurse, a pregnant girl and her protective grandfather, the...
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Movie Review: The Lost City Of Z

James Gray is a genius. He must be. Everyone says so. Since sloping onto the arthouse scene in 1995 with the comically melancholy Russian Jewish shoegazing hitman drama Little Odessa and earning a Silver Bear...