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She is as picky about what she watches as what she eats. She watches movies alone and dines solo too (a new trend perhaps?!). As a self confessed scaredy cat she doesn’t watch horror films, even Goosebumps made her jump in parts!  Follow her on @liquidmarmalade

film reviews | movies | features | BRWC Empire Cinemas’ 2016 Film Recommendations

The Revenant explores one fundamental question is the human spirit powered by survival or revenge?No matter if you're a born survivor by the end

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film reviews | movies | features | BRWC The 14th Kinoteka Polish Film Festival Celebrates The Creative Genius Of Poland's Leading Lights

The 14th KINOTEKA Polish Film Festival returns to the capital this April with an exciting programme bringing together an enticing mix of film, music,

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film reviews | movies | features | BRWC The BRWC Review: The Danish Girl

The Danish Girl attempts to tell the story of Danish artist Einar Wegener who becomes Lili Elbe (Eddie Redmayne) the first individual to undergo

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film reviews | movies | features | BRWC Empire Cinemas’ 2016 Film Recommendations

With 2015 being such a huge year for film, Empire Cinemas – the UK’s largest independent cinema chain – takes a retrospective look at

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In The Heart Of The Sea is the story of the sinking of the Essex but it is so much more than that. As

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film reviews | movies | features | BRWC Star Wars: The Force Awa-corns Is Top Of The Pops As Popcorn Demand Increases

It's finally here! Yes Star Wars - The Force Awakens opens today and lets not be coy - we're all going to be mindless

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film reviews | movies | features | BRWC Review: Hector

Hector is the debut feature film by writer/director Jake Gavin and what a tour de force it is. A film that is pertinent and

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Freesat revealed the nation's Christmas TV viewing habits on Wednesday 9 December and it's no surprise that The Granthams top the poll for the

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film reviews | movies | features | BRWC Review: Sunset Song

Sunset Song takes its name from the book voted best Scottish book of all time. No doubt that the book is sublime but this

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