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Shaun the Sheep Movie Review

THERE is a theory that animated films are only really designed to entertain children. But once again, that theory has been dispelled with Shaun the Sheep Movie, which sees the lovable character from Wallace and...

Tomorrowland review by Richard Chester

OCCASIONALLY, a blockbuster shows up that looks like it will provide the genuine entertainment factor so many of its kind fail to deliver. However, Tomorrowland, in spite of reliability regarding its reliable director Brad Bird,...

Still Alice Official Trailer and review by Richard Chester

JULIANNE Moore is without doubt one of the finest actresses of her generation and her performance in Still Alice, the film that recently won her a deserved Best Actress Academy Award, only serves to...

The New Girlfriend review by Richard Chester

FRANCOIS Ozon is an often interesting director in the world of French cinema. Put his name on a film poster and you can tell that the film is going to be different. His latest work, an...

The Voices review by Richard Chester

DARK comedies either work or they do not. The Big Lebowski is a prime example of one that does work. However, The Voices falls in the category of those that fall short. This genre-hybridity stars Ryan...

Mr. Holmes review by Richard Chester

THE great Sir Ian McKellen joins the ranks of Jeremy Brett, Robert Downey Jr and Benedict Cumberbatch in Mr. Holmes, a relatively entertaining study of a much older version of Arthur Conan Doyle’s legendary...

The Falling review by Richard Chester

AN outbreak of unexplained fainting takes place at a strict girls school in 1969 England in The Falling, an intriguing and often intense coming-of-age mystery drama from the director of Dreams of a Life,...

The Water Diviner review by Richard Chester

CLINT Eastwood, Warren Beatty, Robert Redford, Kevin Costner, George Clooney, Ben Affleck. All Hollywood actors who have managed to carve a successful career of moving to the other side of the camera. Now Russell Crowe...

Jauja review by Richard Chester

The western genre is given the arthouse treatment with Jauja, an Argentinian and Danish co-production starring the usually-reliable Viggo Mortensen and though it looks promising, this is not one to remember too fondly. Set in...

Mad Max review by Richard Chester

THIRTY-SIX years after the first Mad Max film graced the screens, the franchise is back with a modernized look and Tom Hardy taking on the role from Mel Gibson. It's action-packed pretty much from start-to-finish,...
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