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Frank Langella and Jake Schreier team up with a strangely familiar white Robot to bring us a tremendously affecting tale. Our Robot & Frank review here.
We're off to see the wizard. With Sam Raimi. Yes, that Sam Raimi. See what we made of this somewhat unlikely partnership in our Oz review here.
You can choose your friends... but your extended family, that's a different question. Family dysfunction like you've never seen it before here in our Stoker review.
Richard Gere returns to our screens, playing a banker. Of some sort, we're not financial experts here. But we have watched Arbitrage. Check out our review here.
We think Mark Strong is ace. And here he is, being all bad-ass in a London we barely recognise. Check out our Welcome To The Punch review here.
War? What is it good for? Absolutely re-building a nation on socialist ideals only for it all to come crashing down later. Check out our Spirit of '45 review here.
We loved the computer game, spent hours and hours of our lives desperately trying to get around the stunt course at the end of the street. The film we're not so sure about. Check out our review of The Paperboy here.
How far would you go if you were told to do something by somebody who said they were the police? Apparently some people would go a loooong way as shown in Compliance. Check out our review here.
Kristen Scott-Thomas is apparently French. Who knew? We knew, because we've seen Dans La Maison. Voila., c'est ici.
I spent ages writing this review of Trance. Don't read it. Just go and watch the film. You can read about it later.
Have you seen Trance yet? Go see it. If you must, there's a review of Identity Thief here though.
Big Brother is watching you. Well, now it's on Channel 5 that's actually more likely than you watching Big Brother. At least that's what Luciano thinks in Reality. Review here.
Good, good, good, Good Vibrations sang the Beachboys. This is not a film about the Beachboys. It's much better. Check out our review here.
Ugh! It's prehistoric family time and no sign of The Flinstones at all. Instead, check out The Croods here.