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(500) Days of Summer Heart of the matter… This American rom-com sees a young man (Joseph Gordon-Levitt) fall for a woman (Zooey Deschanel), who doesn’t believe in true love. A Perfect Getaway Holiday from hell… There’s terror in store for … Continue reading
Lars von Trier‘s provocative arthouse horror film Antichrist is beautiful and repellent, bewildering and profound. Critics fainted at its first screenings in Cannes; others walked out in disgust. The festival’s jury then nominated it for the top award, the Palme … Continue reading
Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince It’s a kind of magic… Harry and his Hogwarts cohorts have to contend with a new potions teacher, Voldemort’s Death Eaters, and raging hormones in their sixth year at the School of Witchcraft and … Continue reading
From the genius that is Lars von Trier comes this brutal, heart-wrenching horror drama about pain, grief and despair. Anyone who has experienced the loss of a child should look away because von Trier’s melodrama cuts to the core; to … Continue reading
The Edinburgh Film Festival, the longest continually running film festival in the world, kicks off tonight with the UK premiere of Away We Go, a darkly funny road movie comedy from Sam Mendes. Following hard on the heels of his … Continue reading