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#851 ( 24-30 March 2017 )
Hell or High Water justly joins the ranks of eight other excellent films that were nominated for “Best Picture” this year
#850 ( 17-23 March 2017 )
With his newest film, Elle, Paul Verhoeven has gone too far
#849 ( 10-16 March 2017 )
As with most films that are this apocalyptic, the nature of it is deeply self-indulgent and overly gloomy
#848 ( 3-9 March 2017 )
Miss Sloane is a character study of an extraordinary, enigmatic schemer with real issues when it comes to drawing lines between right and wrong.
#847 ( 24 Feb - 2 Mar 2017 )
Lion would be unbelievable if it hadn’t actually happened
#846 ( 17-23 February 2017 )
A stupendously accomplished film with a few flimsy loose ends
#845 ( 10-16 February 2017 )
The film works so well because of the strength of the characters and the incredible charisma of the actors playing these women
#844 ( 3-9 February 2017 )
La La Land is what it is, a very appealing, really lovely, slightly goofy love story
#843 ( 27 Jan - 2 Feb 2017 )
Florence Foster Jenkins is a film for a day when you feel like you just want to unwind, laugh, and pretend that the world isn’t full of awful people
#842 ( 20-26 January 2017 )
Underworld: Blood Wars is dazzling to look at and the 3D enhances the beauty of the action sequences
#841 ( 13-19 January 2017 )
Allied is no Casablanca but it could have been something if it had continued in the spirit it started
#840 ( 6-12 January 2017 )
The viewer is left feeling slightly bewildered, as if a romantic dramedy somehow genre warped into a really banal Star Trek sequel
#839 ( 30 Dec 2016 - 5 Jan 2017 )
You will find yourself frantically gripping whichever surface you are currently sitting on as the passengers themselves brace for impact.
#838 ( 23-29 December 2016 )
Rogue One is visually stunning, and full of adventure, non-stop, but not with the kind of senseless desperation of lesser films
#837 ( 16-22 December 2016 )
White Sun with its finely wrought, persuasive performances is a rare piece of filmmaking
#836 ( 9-15 December 2016 )
This year the festival will screen films by film-makers from Nepal and our neighbouring countries
#835 ( 2-8 December 2016 )
Jason Bourne is a bit of a washout for Matt Damon who really came of age as an action hero.
#834 ( 25 Nov - 1 Dec 2016 )
You can rest easy that there are the same exquisite details and fierce, tender friendships that you loved in the books
#833 ( 18-24 November 2016 )
A shining, hilarious, insouciant film
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#829 ( 7-13 October 2016 )
This tearjerker has its tricks but it is also a little gem that will move your modern, stoniest sensibilities.
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