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The Light Between Oceans Review

FROM the director of Blue Valentine and The Place Beyond the Pines comes The Light Between Oceans, a thought-provoking piece headlined by Michael Fassbender and Alicia Vikander that suggests potential but ends too plain...

Train to Busan Review

ZOMBIES take over South Korea in Train to Busan, a relatively enjoyable take on the genre that mixes often genuine thrills with an unexpectedly use of emotional circumstances. For a birthday treat, divorced businessman Seok-woo...

Inferno Review

USING the novels of Dan Brown as their source material, Tom Hanks and Ron Howard reunite for a third time with Inferno, an overtly standard but ultimately entertaining work, in spite of what other...

The Girl on the Train Review

EMILY Blunt heads the cast in the anticipated adaptation of Paula Hawkins’ best-selling novel The Girl on the Train, which ends up as a bitterly disappointing piece that struggles to take off. Alcoholic divorcee Rachel...

Julieta Review

PEDRO Almodovar is one of the most, if not the most, consistent directors in world cinema today and his 20th feature, Julieta proves that, even if it is not on par with his more...

The Girl with All the Gifts Review

GEMMA Arterton, Paddy Considine and Glenn Close take on the undead in the adaptation of the novel The Girl with All the Gifts, an entertaining yet often chilling tale of survival in a post-apocalyptic...

Bridget Jones’s Baby Review

RENEE Zellweger is back as everyone’s favourite singleton after a 12-year gap in Bridget Jones’s Baby, a surprisingly enjoyable work that proves that it was the right decision after all to grant a third...

Hell or High Water Review

THE familiar narrative of cops taking on criminals forms the basis for Hell or High Water, an intriguing modern western that not only grips with genuine effect but progressively gets better as the film builds...

Sausage Party Review

SETH Rogen leads an ensemble of actors lending their voices to Sausage Party, an animated comedy certainly not for children that acts as an underwhelming exploration of what would happen if the food that...

Swallows and Amazons Review

ARTHUR Ransome's coming-of-age novel is remade for the 21st century as a trio of established British talent and a bunch of up-and-comers team up for a generally enjoyable version of Swallows and Amazons. In 1935, the...
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