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Masters of Cinema Review: A Man for All Seasons

Fred Zinnemann’s critically acclaimed 1966 biographical drama A Man for All Seasons (winner of six Academy Awards, including Best Picture, Best Director and Best Actor for Paul Scofield) has been restored as part of Eureka’s The Masters of Cinema series. Despite a slow start, it is an excellent drama anchored by a great performance by […]

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David Stratton: A Cinematic Life

An often-repeated assertion in the body of film criticism I have written is the assertion that movies do not just mirror the culture of any given time; they also create it.’ – Bell Hook        The Australian public allowed this man into their lounge rooms for over three decades with the rambunctious Margaret Pomeranz at his […]

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Trailer Round-Up – 18 February, 2017

The House After Scott and Kate Johansen (Will Ferrell and Amy Poehler) lose their daughter Alex’s college fund, they become desperate to earn it back so she can pursue her dream of attending a university. With the help of their neighbor Frank (Jason Mantzoukas), they decide to start an illegal casino in the basement of […]

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The Great Wall Review

The Great Wall, directed by Zhang Yimou, is a cheesy, colorful dumb monster movie and it never tries to be anything more or anything less. A group of mercenaries travel far to the East in search of gunpowder. Relentless bandit attacks, an encounter with a strange beast leaves only William (Matt Damon) and Tovar (Pedro […]

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Berlin Syndrome Review

“Are you in the habit of taking tea with anyone who approaches you in a foreign port?” He went on and snorted carelessly. “No wonder you were abducted so easily.”  ― V.S. Carnes As a father of three daughters, I find it difficult to be entertained by the abduction and subsequent torture of a young woman. […]

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Masters of Cinema Review: Cover Girl

1944’s Cover Girl, restored as part of Eureka’s The Masters of Cinema series, is a classic Hollywood Musical that powers through an unspectacular plot on the back of a wonderful production and some fantastic musical numbers. Directed by Charles Vidor and starring the legendary Gene Kelly and Rita Hayworth, Cover Girl is the story of […]

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Critically Acclaimed Documentary ‘Gleason’ in Cinemas 17 March

Arrow Films will release the critically acclaimed documentary Gleason in cinemas in the UK on the 17 March, 2017. Written and directed by Clay Tweel, the film follows former American football star Steve Gleason as he is diagnosed with MND/ALS (Motor Neurone Disease) at the age of 34 and learns that his wife is pregnant […]

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