The Hobbit: The Battle Of The Five Armies

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Robert Weatherall has a problem or two with THE HOBBIT: THE BATTLE OF THE FIVE ARMIES.

The Homesman

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The harsh realities of THE HOMESMAN are made bearable by Hilary Swank’s gritty goodness, writes Nick Walker.

Retrospective: When We Were Kings

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When We Were Kings stands head and shoulders above the rest in its depiction of the greatness of Muhammad Ali, according to Edd Elliott.

Mr Turner


The artistic highlights of Turner’s career writ large on the cinema screen in flesh and blood make this a cinematic delight, writes Mark Liversidge.

The Possibilities are Endless


This inspiring and heartwarming documentary charts the recovery of much-loved musician Edwyn Collins from a double stroke in 2005.

Gone Too Far!

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GONE TOO FAR! is a light-hearted comedy and a breath of fresh air for portrayals of London’s black communities, according to Stephen Watson.

The Goddess


Hiu Chan reviews the remastered and digitalised silent classic, THE GODDESS, which premiered this year as part of the London BFI Film Festival.

Northern Soul

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Try as you might you can’t resist the heart of NORTHERN SOUL’s musical bromance, according to Nick Walker.

Market Imaginary

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Ben Dalton explores the intricacy of MARKET IMAGINARY’s complex social ecosystem.


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Edd Elliott tries to unravel the immensity of INTERSTELLAR and its universe.


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News media satire NIGHTCRAWLER makes an antihero out of a sociopathic supernerd, writes Andrew Nickolds.

The Judge


It’s hard to go far wrong with a star-led courtroom drama, writes Andrew Nickolds, but THE JUDGE has a pretty good try.

Maps To The Stars

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Maps To The Stars is a Cronenberg special of oddity and cool inspection, according to Kayleigh Barnes.

The Cabinet of Dr Caligari


Silent horror classic back from the dead!

National Gallery


Spend three hours in the National Gallery and there is absolutely no way you will cover as many of the goings-on as Wiseman’s documentary offers.