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      Rating Title | Year Author Quote
      3/5
      Terrifier 2 (2022) Jeremy Aspinall Fans of 1970s and 80s grindhouse horror and the slasher gore of yore will lap up the inventively staged mayhem, although the two-hour running time is rather excessive.
      Posted Mar 23, 2023
      3/5
      The Saint's Girl Friday (1953) Jeremy Aspinall Hayward can't match the silky insouciance of Sanders, but he's still a smooth operator with a smirk and wry quip for every occasion, and the result is breezily entertaining.
      Posted Mar 23, 2023
      Charlotte (2021) Trevor Johnston It's certainly strong material, and many of Salomon's bold, expressionist artworks are recreated on screen. However, the rest of the film feels reined-in and too conventional by comparison.
      Posted Mar 23, 2023
      3/5
      The Witch 2: The Other One (2022) Jamie Healy The thrill-packed finale and some surprising revelations certainly whet the appetite for part three.
      Posted Mar 23, 2023
      3/5
      Ride the Eagle (2021) Kevin Harley This is a slender but sweet take on how life, love and loss never go to plan.
      Posted Mar 23, 2023
      1/5
      On the Line (2022) Terry Staunton The acting is across-the-board woeful, with Gibson all-but sleepwalking through his role, and the preposterous denouement serves only to compound viewers' suspicions that the whole affair has been a waste of their time.
      Posted Mar 23, 2023
      2/5
      Spell (2020) Dave Golder What at first appears to be voodoo version of Stephen King's Misery soon descends into a repetitive, by-the-numbers thriller with a clunky and contrived climax.
      Posted Mar 23, 2023
      3/5
      Tetris (2023) Patrick Cremona It settles into a nice groove following Henk's arrival in Moscow, and there are some especially nice touches when Baird leans into video-game aesthetics, including a well-executed car chase that switches between live action and 8-bit animation.
      Posted Mar 23, 2023
      4/5
      Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves (2023) Emma Simmonds The tongue-in-cheek adventure is easy to get swept up in, yet it's the characters you'll be itching to see again.
      Posted Mar 23, 2023
      3/5
      What Keeps You Alive (2018) Matt Glasby There is a violent about-turn that will surprise even hardened genre fans, but this is otherwise a not especially original play on the usual hunter/hunted model.
      Posted Mar 23, 2023
      4/5
      Shazam! Fury of the Gods (2023) Dave Golder Full of heart, warmth and charm, this is a slight, frothy follow-up that is only occasionally overly sentimental.
      Posted Mar 23, 2023
      4/5
      Chile '76 (2022) Trevor Johnston At times playing out like a suspense thriller, the film builds to a memorably rousing climax.
      Posted Mar 23, 2023
      2/5
      65 (2023) Kevin Harley The action sequences are equally half-baked, leaving the dinos stripped of majesty, while a climax that echoes countless 90s disaster films is further proof that 65 has precious few ideas of its own.
      Posted Mar 16, 2023
      3/5
      Scream VI (2023) Terry Staunton While the killings aren't as inventive as in previous instalments, the focus on character works in the film's favour, and there are reassuring indications of a new lease of life for this belatedly prolific horror franchise.
      Posted Mar 16, 2023
      1/5
      Winnie-the-Pooh: Blood and Honey (2023) Terry Staunton Dreadful script and appalling performances.
      Posted Mar 16, 2023
      4/5
      Rye Lane (2023) Emma Simmonds There's a cheeky nod to genre staple Love Actually, but this is a romcom that plays entirely by its own rules.
      Posted Mar 16, 2023
      4/5
      Winners (2022) Kevin Harley Winners emerges as a refined love letter to cinema.
      Posted Mar 16, 2023
      3/5
      80 for Brady (2023) Terry Staunton The high-powered leads are uniformly terrific, with spiky Tomlin sailing through the emotional material and Fonda having fun with her character's second career as a saucy fan-fiction author.
      Posted Mar 16, 2023
      3/5
      Jesus Christ Superstar (1973) Terry Staunton Carl Anderson's conflicted Judas Iscariot makes the greatest dramatic impact, while Yvonne Elliman, as Mary Magdalene, has the affecting vocal power to give the production its emotional heart
      Posted Mar 16, 2023
      3/5
      Die Hart the Movie (2023) Terry Staunton The movie lacks the savagery and bite of the shorter, more focused episodes of the small-screen series that spawned it.
      Posted Mar 16, 2023
      4/5
      Marcel the Shell with Shoes On (2021) Emma Simmonds It's buoyantly funny, endearing and wonderfully surreal, conjuring plenty of Borrowers-esque magic out of Marcel and Connie's escapades.
      Posted Mar 09, 2023
      4/5
      Lunana: A Yak in the Classroom (2019) David Parkinson The gorgeous views of the Himalayan mountains only add to the appeal of a film that, while hitting familiar plot beats, is an irresistible delight from start to finish.
      Posted Mar 09, 2023
      4/5
      Joyland (2022) Amber Wilkinson Shows how tradition itself can take its toll, which is never more evident than in the film's emotional, thought-provoking conclusion.
      Posted Mar 09, 2023
      3/5
      Cocaine Bear (2023) Emma Simmonds Ultimately, Jimmy Warden's script runs out of steam, but as Liotta and co grapple gamely with their furry adversary, they show the fun you can have by combining a B-movie concept with A-grade talent.
      Posted Mar 09, 2023
      3/5
      The Middle Man (2021) Terry Staunton The sadness is leavened by occasional deadpan humour and the touching subplot of a burgeoning romance between Frank and a fellow office worker.
      Posted Mar 09, 2023
      4/5
      Pearl (2022) Matt Glasby The result doesn't quite stand up on its own, but as an eye-catching origins story that casts new light on the original film, it's a malevolent marvel.
      Posted Mar 09, 2023
      2/5
      I'M FINE (Thanks for Asking) (2021) Molly Moss While this is an honourable attempt to capture the hardships of the pandemic, it is sorely lacking in drive and energy.
      Posted Mar 09, 2023
      3/5
      My Sailor, My Love (2022) Kevin Harley The engaged cast proves to be the film's saving grace.
      Posted Mar 09, 2023
      3/5
      What's Love Got to Do with It? (2022) Patrick Cremona The two leads share an easy chemistry, and there are some interesting insights into Pakistani culture, even if the film feels like a beginner's guide to the subject of assisted marriages, rather than entertainment in its own right.
      Posted Mar 09, 2023
      2/5
      The Offering (2022) Dave Golder Oliver Park's film is exquisitely shot and boasts some impressively creepy production design.
      Posted Mar 09, 2023
      4/5
      The Magician's Elephant (2023) Jayne Nelson Jones does a fine job here, effortlessly melding witty humour with surprisingly earnest emotion. She imbues the occasionally rudimentary animation with nuance and charm, and the elephant itself is simply wonderful.
      Posted Mar 09, 2023
      5/5
      Blue Jean (2022) Molly Moss Close-up shots of Jean's every twitch and wary glance make this at times a discomfiting watch, but one that brilliantly depicts the difficulty of everyday life under Section 28.
      Posted Mar 09, 2023
      3/5
      Inbetween Girl (2021) Kevin Harley Inbetween Girl puts a likeable twist on coming-of-age tropes, handling them with wit, empathy and nuance.
      Posted Mar 09, 2023
      5/5
      The Fabelmans (2022) Max Copeman Spielberg tells his story with irresistible brio and a deep undercurrent of melancholy, ensuring that this grounded family tale contains as much wonder as his biggest blockbusters.
      Posted Mar 09, 2023
      3/5
      Little Nemo: Adventures in Slumberland (1992) David Parkinson Nothing quite matches the eye-popping opening, but the twin worlds of Slumberland and Nightmareland are beautifully drawn, blending 19th-century imagination with modern graphic techniques.
      Posted Mar 07, 2023
      3/5
      Last Looks (2021) Kevin Harley Hunnam's easy charm proves pitch-perfect for this kind of breezy PI story, where the ambling investigative journey and its colourful characters matter more than the destination.
      Posted Feb 16, 2023
      3/5
      Murder in Reverse (1945) Terry Staunton It is undermined by a succession of credulity-stretching coincidences and supporting characters whose behavior borders on the stupid.
      Posted Feb 16, 2023
      4/5
      Corsage (2022) David Parkinson Vicky Krieps (Phantom Thread) puts a fresh complexion on [Elisabeth's] unfulfilled existence in this revisionist and gently anachronistic biopic.
      Posted Feb 16, 2023
      3/5
      The Embezzler (1954) Jeremy Aspinall It's quaint by modern standards but a cast of familiar faces means it's never less than watchable.
      Posted Feb 16, 2023
      3/5
      The Ghost of Sierra de Cobre (1964) Jeremy Aspinall Joseph Stefano scripts and directs this effective supernatural thriller.
      Posted Feb 16, 2023
      4/5
      Aftersun (2022) Max Copeman Events play out at an unhurried pace, but the film certainly leaves a lasting emotional impression.
      Posted Feb 16, 2023
      4/5
      Bones and All (2022) Patrick Cremona Guadagnino has crafted something unexpectedly tender, a deeply romantic and empathetic study of young love between outsiders.
      Posted Feb 16, 2023
      4/5
      Tori and Lokita (2022) Amber Wilkinson The Dardennes present the youngsters as bright spots of compassionate energy against the darkness of the wider world, and while some of the plot developments feel overly familiar, the emotion in this moving film always rings true.
      Posted Feb 16, 2023
      4/5
      Confess, Fletch (2022) Terry Staunton Hamm's portrayal is more roguish with a sharper wit, and the plot is less reliant on the broad humour and wacky high jinks of its predecessors.
      Posted Feb 16, 2023
      4/5
      Guillermo del Toro's Pinocchio (2022) Patrick Cremona With sensitivity and heart, it explores grief, war, and the question of what it truly means to be human.
      Posted Feb 16, 2023
      3/5
      The Son (2022) Emma Simmonds An impossible dilemma brings the film's concerns into sharp focus, but much of what unfolds feels stiff and sanitized.
      Posted Feb 16, 2023
      3/5
      Submarine Attack (1954) David Parkinson This may be technically limited, but it has its moments, including a score by the great Nino Rota.
      Posted Feb 16, 2023
      3/5
      Nocebo (2022) Patrick Cremona Even if the film doesn't quite fulfill its promise by the final act, Finnegan once again crafts a distinct atmosphere of unease.
      Posted Feb 16, 2023
      3/4
      The Independent (2022) Kevin Harley The cast is engaging, with Turner-Smith making for a dogged lead, and Cox captivates as the veteran pundit making one last stand for a beleaguered press.
      Posted Feb 16, 2023
      2/5
      Your Place or Mine (2023) Kevin Harley Pitched somewhere between The Holiday and Sleepless in Seattle, this blandly formulaic romcom similarly keeps its leads apart for far too long.
      Posted Feb 16, 2023
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