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Adam

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Yesterday Film Review

Danny Boyle and Richard Curtis explore a world without The Beatles in this winning romantic comedy.

  • Review
  • 18th June 2019
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EIFF 2019: Boyz in the Wood Review

Four teenage boys find themselves being hunted in the Scottish wilderness in Ninian Doff’s gleefully silly genre comedy.

  • Review
  • 17th June 2019
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Booksmart Review

Beanie Feldstein and Kaitlyn Dever impress in Olivia Wilde’s lively, funny and progressive teen comedy.

  • Review
  • 4th June 2019
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Beats Review

Two teenagers try to make their way to an underground rave in Brian Welsh’s witty, poignant Scottish coming-of-age drama Beats.

  • Review
  • 22nd May 2019
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Eighth Grade Review

Comedian Bo Burnham makes his directorial debut with this warm, witty and painfully relateable coming of age story.

  • Review
  • 8th May 2019
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Us Review

Jordan Peele touches on the class divide in his latest social satire, an often thrilling but overstuffed follow up to Get Out.

  • Review
  • 8th April 2019
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GFF 2019: Tyrel Film Review

Jason Mitchell stars as the lone black man in amongst a group of white bros on a boozy birthday weekend in Sebastian Silva’s sharp comedy drama Tyrel.

  • Review
  • 13th March 2019
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GFF 2019: Dragged Across Concrete Review

Bone Tomahawk writer/director S. Craig Zahler returns with a grimly compelling crime epic starring Mel Gibson and Vince Vaughn as a pair of disgraced cops embroiled in a heist-gone-wrong.

  • Review
  • 6th March 2019
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Can You Ever Forgive Me? Review

Melissa McCarthy and Richard E Grant star in Marielle Heller’s sensitively observed biopic of literary forger Lee Israel.

  • Review
  • 14th February 2019
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Best of the Year: Top 20 Films of 2018

2018 has come and gone, so it’s time to countdown the year’s best films, from Bradley Cooper’s A Star is Born and Ryan Coogler’s Black Panther, to Best Picture winner The Shape of Water and Chloe Zhao’s indie The Rider.

  • Feature
  • 1st February 2019
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