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Comedy

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Knives Out Review

Ana de Armas and Daniel Craig star in Rian Johnson’s deliciously playful murder mystery thriller.

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  • 7th December 2019
  • Adam
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Blinded by the Light Review

A teenager’s life in 1980s Britain is transformed when he discovers Bruce Springsteen’s music in Gurinder Chadha’s coming-of-age crowd-pleaser.

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  • 12th July 2019
  • Adam
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EIFF 2019: Ode to Joy Review

Martin Freeman stars as a man with cataplexy in this sweet, funny and beguiling romantic comedy from director Jason Winer.

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  • 29th June 2019
  • Adam
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EIFF 2019: The Art of Self-Defense Review

Jesse Eisenberg’s nebbish accountant takes up karate in Riley Stearns’ dark, off-kilter comedy.

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  • 20th June 2019
  • Adam
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EIFF 2019: Yesterday Review

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

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  • 18th June 2019
  • Adam
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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.

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  • 17th June 2019
  • Adam
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Booksmart Review

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

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  • 4th June 2019
  • Adam
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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.

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  • 22nd May 2019
  • Adam
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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.

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  • 13th March 2019
  • Adam
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EIFF 2018: Incredibles 2 Review

Brad Bird’s superhero family returns in a belated but fantastic follow-up to Pixar’s 2004 animated blockbuster The Incredibles.

  • Review
  • 16th July 2018
  • Adam