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Black Mass Review

Two brothers. One is a mob boss, the other a US Senator

The Assassin Review

9th century China. An assassin is sent to murder her cousin and former fiancé

Pan Review

A Neverland where Pirates sing Nirvana

Trumbo (London Film Festival 2015) Review

Dalton Trumbo, one of Hollywood's most prolific screenwriters, is blacklisted for his political affiliations


In small-town Normandy, young policewoman Sandra Winckler teams up with retiree inspector Paul Maisonneuve on their oddest case yet - someone is digging up bodies from cemeteries and displaying them in show homes...

Just Jim Review

Craig Roberts' directorial debut, set in small-town Wales

Irrational Man Review

Joaquin Phoenix and Emma Stone star in Woody Allen's latest release

Miss Julie Review

Colin Farrell and Jessica Chastain star in this adaptation of a 19th century Swedish play

Barely Lethal Review

A special agent escapes to high school

45 Years Review

Andrew Haigh's intense study of married life

The Saboteurs

The Saboteurs makes an effort to chart the importance of heavy water in WWII, but flounders with poor plotting, awful dialogue, and unrealistic characters.

The Man from U.N.C.L.E. Review

Can this remake of the famed 60s American series live up to its promise?

Trainwreck Review

Comedian Amy Schumer teams with Judd Apatow to make her big screen debut

London Indian Film Festival: Tigers Review

The story of whistleblower Syed Aamir Raza, who called attention to the detrimental effects of baby formula.

Is Inside Out Pixar's Greatest Achievement? Review

Pixar returns with its most ambitious animation yet