Previews: Mission: Impossible – Fallout Featurette, More!

Plenty in this week’s preview of coming attractions, including the new Mission: Impossible – Fallout featurette, plus Mortal Engines, Mile 22, and more… Mission: Impossible – Fallout Featurette Here is the brand new Mission: Impossible – Fallout featurette. Producer and star Tom Cruise and director Christopher McQuarrie discuss the upcoming film, the sixth in the franchise. What is interesting about […]

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Film Review: Hacksaw Ridge

Mel Gibson’s Hacksaw Ridge is a brutal true story which illustrates the director’s flair for storytelling. Switching between sentiment and violence, the film is utterly compelling at times. Desmond Doss signs up to join the army during World War II, feeling it is his duty to serve his country as a medic. His religious beliefs mean that he refuses to […]

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Film Review: The Dressmaker

The Dressmaker is an amusing comedy drama which offers good performance. Dress designer Tilly Dunnage returns to her small hometown in Australia for the first time since her childhood. With her stylish wardrobe and talent for design, Tilly certainly turns heads. However, Tilly must confront a trauma from her past… Based on Rosalie Ham’s novel, The Dressmaker tells the story […]

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Film Review: Cloud Atlas

Cloud Atlas is an ambitious if not wholly successful project. Some of the film’s strands are definitely stronger than others. A voyage across the Pacific in 1849, a young English musician trying to compose music in 1936, a journalistic investigation in San Francisco 1976, a book publisher in 2012, a cloned waitress in Korea 2144, and post-apocalyptic Hawaii. All these […]

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Stuff To Look At

New trailers for Iron Man 3 and Playing for Keeps and a live stream from the Royal World Premiere of Skyfall are featured here for your viewing pleasure… Skyall Above is a live stream from the Royal World Premiere of Skyfall, which begins at 5pm (GMT). All the stars of the film are expected to attend, along with a host […]

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Film Review: Oranges and Sunshine

Oranges and Sunshine is an emotional drama that deals sensitively with real events. It can be difficult to portray such recent events in a cinematic context, but for the most part director Jim Loach handles this well. Nottingham social worker Margaret Humphreys is approached after work one day by a woman claiming she was sent from the UK to Australia […]

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