Juddering to a halt.
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Films like Argo, Lincoln, and Zero Dark Thirty demonstrate that we empathise much more easily with characters when we believe we are witnessing real events.
The BFI screens rarely-seen films from the great era of British steelmaking.
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Every addict has to hit bottom before they can get better.
Walter Hill, Sly Stallone and when a film-maker is past his prime.
A demented love story with bullets instead of kisses.
Tarantino's new film does a disservice to the oppressed.
Steven Spielberg’s "Lincoln" reviewed.
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An extravagantly decorated cake of a film with nothing inside but the wisdom of a fortune cookie.
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The former Libertine isn't very good at playing a libertine.
Welcome to the mobsters' ball.
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The excess baggage in this film is thankfully relieved by Robert De Niro's grumpy-funny turn.
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A thought-provoking portrayal of the realities of nursing a partner in deteriorating health.
The movie will be a blast.
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Photography is like drawing with light.
Argo - review.
George Lucas was always the franchise's worst enemy.