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Centurion Bloody battle… Neil Marshall (The Descent) directs this historical action thriller about a group of Roman soldiers fighting for their lives after their legion is wiped out in a brutal ambush. If you can see this, then you might … Continue reading
The Blind Side Back on track… This American drama features an Oscar-winning performance from Sandra Bullock as a woman who helps to nurture a homeless teenager to sporting glory. If you can see this, then you might need a Flash … Continue reading
Sherlock Holmes Partners in crime… Sleuth Holmes (Robert Downey Jr) and stalwart sidekick Watson (Jude Law) are on the trail of a serial killer who appears to have risen from the dead in Guy Ritchie’s period thriller. If you can … Continue reading
A surreal storyline: check. A famous actor playing himself: check. Playful existential comedy Cold Souls certainly ticks some of the same boxes as Spike Jonze and Charlie Kaufman’s Being John Malkovich, yet first-time writer-director Sophie Barthes’s assured feature film debut … Continue reading
Ah, the power of cinema. You need to a flashplayer enabled browser to view this YouTube video As Woody Allen illustrates in this clip from Hannah and Her Sisters, cinema is an amazing thing. Besides giving a suicidal man the … Continue reading
Do you remember my recent post about the importance of a local cinema, where I told you about the campaign launched in Crystal Palace, my South East London neighbourhood, to petition for a local moviehouse? Well, since I last posted about this, not … Continue reading