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Home Alone – The Christmas Miracle

By late 1988 John Hughes had become one of the most powerful script writers and directors in Hollywood. His back catalogue of work including Train, Planes and Automobiles, Ferris Bueller’s…

The Sisters Brothers

Despite its flaws, The Sisters Brothers takes the western genre and blends it with character studies that provide humour, depth and warmth; challenging a series of age-old genre boundaries. This…
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Knife and Heart – Review

Knife and Heart is a truly unique, beautifully structured and gloriously queer mash up of genres and themes. With cutting humour, engaging performances and a killer design, this is a…
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Mapplethorpe

Despite an outstanding performance from Matt Smith, Mapplethorpe fails to capture the artistic drive and impulses of Robert Mapplethorpe, rushing from one scene to the next in a haphazard manner,…
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Making Montgomery Clift – Review

On the 23rd July 1966 Montgomery Clift died of heart failure at his New York apartment aged 45. Leaving behind a legacy of world class film and theatre that pushed…
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Sauvage – Available Now to Stream or Buy

Sauvage is hard hitting and powerful filmmaking with performances to match. This is a film that isn’t afraid to show male prostitution in all its grim reality, while also demonstrating…
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The Goonies (2019 Re-Release)

At 34 years old Goonies still provides a journey into adventure, fantasy and emerging adolescence unparalleled in its sheer vision and creativity. Goonies enthrals it’s younger audience while asking its…