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Alejandro (Benicio Del Toro) – Sicario (2015)

Denis Villeneuve’s Sicario is an immensely tense and gripping picture about the war on drugs. Lead by an impressive cast including Emily Blunt, Josh

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Sicario

In the critically acclaimed action thriller Sicario (on Blu-ray, DVD, and digital platforms from February 1st, 2016, courtesy of Lionsgate Home Entertainment), Emily Blunt

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Star Wars

By Zac Cherin. After buying Lucasfilm for $4 billion in 2012, The Walt Disney Company had to wait three years for its investment to begin

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Spielberg oscars 2 (Large)

The Oscars are upon us. In just a few short weeks many across the country will watch with bated breath as the nominees’ names

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Academy

By Ben Taylor. It had been going so well. In 2014, the Academy Awards rolled out a (somewhat) diverse list of nominees, including Steve McQueen

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Suffragette

By Catherine Kennedy. In early 20th century Britain, the cause of equality for women was ignored by media and politicians. Desperate to get their voices heard,

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BenMasters

UNBRANDED is a documentary about 4 young American men who all went to school together and have just graduated. They've set themselves a challenge,

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JamesBond

By Robert Andrews. Expectation as franchises have demonstrated time and time again, has proven to be the lingering enemy of reality. After the flop that was

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Kill Your Friends

By Robert Andrews. Providing audiences with 103 minutes that oozes with cynicism, violence and drug-fuelled schemes, Kill Your Friends certainly had the potential to establish itself

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-imax-spectre-poster

By Neil Merrett. “East, West, just points of the compass ­ each as stupid as the other. I’m a member of Spectre,” explains Dr Julias

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Mountains May Depart

By Louise McLeod Tabouis. Director Jia Zhang-ke's eighth feature film, selected in competition for the Palme d'Or at the 2015 Cannes Film Festival, begins with a

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Sicario

Sicario, Denis Villeneuve’s fantastic film deals with drug smuggling cartel rings operating in the US. It is a formidable piece of work, which kept me

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phil sherif

By Louise McLeod Tabouis. On a cold Irish farm, Aaron (Barry Keoghan) wants Mary (Emer McCourt) his mother, to fight for her life, or at least

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ColinFirth

By Salena Katiyar. I hate trailers. Why on earth would I sit through 3 minutes of utterly spoiler filled sequences when I can actually watch the

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