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Adam

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Anonymous Review

Set during the Queen Elizabeth I, Anonymous plays on the theory that Edward De Vere, 17th Earl of Oxford was the true author of the plays and sonnets traditionally attributed to William Shakespeare.

  • Review
  • 30th October 2011
  • Adam
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The Adventures of Tintin Review

Tintin sets off on an adventure to discover the hidden treasure left by the ancestors of drunken sailor Captain Haddock, hoping to get there before the evil Sakharine.

  • Review
  • 29th October 2011
  • Adam
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We Need to Talk About Kevin Review

A psychological thriller charting the life of a mother who’s dealing with grief and guilt after her teenage son Kevin goes on a killing spree at his high school.

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  • 23rd October 2011
  • Adam
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Contagion Review

A sci-fi thriller showing the devastating effects of a global pandemic from the viewpoints of a grieving husband, the scientists trying to find a cure and a sleazy Australian blogger.

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  • 22nd October 2011
  • Adam
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Texas Killing Fields Review

A New York homicide detective teams up with a local cop to investigate the murder of a prostitute and the disappearance of a girl in the bayous of Texas, known as the ‘Killing Fields’.

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  • 17th October 2011
  • Adam
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The Help Review

College graduate Skeeter enlists the help of Jackson, Mississippi’s African American maids to write a novel from their point of view.

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  • 12th October 2011
  • Adam
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Midnight in Paris Review

Owen Wilson travels back in time in Woody Allen’s charming comedy Midnight in Paris.

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  • 10th October 2011
  • Adam
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Real Steel Review

Set in a near future where human boxers have been replaced by hulking robots, deadbeat former boxer Hugh Jackman is forced to look after his estranged son for the summer.

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  • 3rd October 2011
  • Adam
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Crazy, Stupid Love Review

Steve Carrell turns to lothario Ryan Gosling to help him recover from a divorce, only to discover the only woman he really wants is his wife.

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  • 24th September 2011
  • Adam
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Drive Review

Eager to protect his neighbour and her son, a Hollywood stuntman and part time getaway driver gets involved in a heist that goes horribly wrong in Nicolas Winding Refn’s genre masterpiece.

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  • 19th September 2011
  • Adam