All posts by

Adam

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Patti Cake$ Review

Geremy Jasper’s debut overcomes it formulaic plot with gritty realism, overwhelming optimism and a star-making turn from Danielle Macdonald.

  • Review
  • 6th September 2017
  • Adam
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Rough Night Review

Scarlett Johansson winds up with a dead stripper on her hands in this raunchy, overly broad comedy from Broad City’s Lucia Aniello.

  • Review
  • 30th August 2017
  • Adam
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The Hitman's Bodyguard Review

Ryan Reynolds and Samuel L Jackson team up to rescue Patrick Hughes’ middle-of-the-road action comedy.

  • Review
  • 24th August 2017
  • Adam
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Atomic Blonde Review

Charlize Theron kicks ass as the Berlin wall falls in John Wick co-director David Leitch’s Cold War action thriller.

  • Review
  • 20th August 2017
  • Adam
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The Big Sick Review

Silicon Valley star Kumail Nanjiani gets an Apatow-endorsed showcase with this heartfelt and hilarious true story of the early days of his relationship.

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  • 3rd August 2017
  • Adam
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Dunkirk Review

Christopher Nolan’s immersive epic is an elegantly constructed ticking-clock thriller that is unlike any war movie that’s come before.

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  • 27th July 2017
  • Adam
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War for the Planet of the Apes Review

Andy Serkis astounds once again as director Matt Reeves completes the Planet of the Apes trilogy in style.

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  • 23rd July 2017
  • Adam
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EIFF 2017: The Little Hours Review

Alison Brie, Aubrey Plaza and Kate Micucci star as frustrated nuns in Jeff Baena’s adaptation of Giovanni Boccaccio’s The Decameron.

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  • 6th July 2017
  • Adam
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Interview with Neil Triffett, writer/director of EMO the Musical

Neil Triffett discusses his high school comedy EMO the Musical, which screened at this year’s Edinburgh International Film Festival.

  • Interview
  • Adam
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EIFF 2017: England is Mine Review

Jack Lowden stars as Morrissey in Mark Gill’s exploration of the indie icon’s formative years in working-class Manchester.

  • Review
  • 3rd July 2017
  • Adam