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“The Ninth Configuration” Reveals The Pragmatic Nature Of Faith

Mark Fraser looks back at a truly quirky American movie in which insanity and violence appear to be necessary evils on the path to redemption...
Posted On 26 Jun 2016

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How Will Brexit Impact British Film?

Now that the United Kingdom was voted to leave the European Union, uncertainty clouds the sector as it looks nervously to the future...
Posted On 25 Jun 2016

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Top 10 Michael Caine Films

He's worked with Olivier, Shirley MacLaine, Sean Connery, Ben Kingsley; he's worked on Get Carter, The Italian Job, Zulu and The Dark Knight - he is the incredibly talented Michael Caine...

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“The Seven-Ups” Is A Fine Example Of 1970s Gritty, Urban Street Cinema

Dan Stephens reviews this fine slice of 1970s gritty, urban street cinema that gladly evokes the spirit, and ostensibly the character, of The French Connection...

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Stanley Kubrick’s “Barry Lyndon” Looks Stunning In Newly Cut Trailer For July 29 Re-Release

Stanley Kubrick's brilliant Barry Lyndon gets a new "lick of paint" as part of the BFI's re-release July 29...

“Adult Life Skills” Starring Jodie Whitaker To Be Screened At The Bright Young Things Film Club

Writer-director Rachel Tunnard's Adult Life Skills will screen as part of the strong Bright Young Things Film Club event at Embassy Gardens...
Posted On 21 Jun 2016

Hackney The Home For Nineties Movie Festival

Nineties cult cinema arrives at Space Studios in Hackney this July with the outdoor event screening films chosen by different London creatives...

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Top 10 Films of Akira Kurosawa

Widely acknowledged as one of the greatest and most influential film directors of all time, Akira Kurosawa's astonishing body of work includes classics such as Seven Samurai & Ran...

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Top 10 Jennifer Lawrence Performances

The multi-talented Jennifer Lawrence gets the Top 10 Films treatment...

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“The Ninth Configuration” Reveals The Pragmatic Nature Of Faith

Mark Fraser looks back at a truly quirky American movie in which insanity and violence appear to be necessary evils on the path to redemption...
Posted On 26 Jun 2016

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“The Seven-Ups” Is A Fine Example Of 1970s Gritty, Urban Street Cinema

Dan Stephens reviews this fine slice of 1970s gritty, urban street cinema that gladly evokes the spirit, and ostensibly the character, of The...

Poignant & Tragic, “Janis: Little Girl Blue” Is A Magnificent Portrait Of Innocence, Fame & Musical Genius

"Beyond all the plaudits, tearful recollections and concert footage Joplin’s innocence infiltrates every frame seamlessly", says Top 10 Films'...
Posted On 19 Jun 2016

“The Last Stand” Is Schwarzenegger’s Most Satisfyingly Entertaining Movie In 20 Years

Arnold Schwazenegger makes a welcome return to the sort of high octane, high concept cinema that made him a much-loved Hollywood action hero...

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The Ultimate Fan Boy & Girl’s Dream Music Festival Line-Up

Top 10 Films considers the dream music festival line-up to celebrate the release of rock n roll drama Vinyl on DVD and Blu-ray...

Top 10 Stunt Men & Women Past And Present

Top 10 Films checks out a selection of the greatest stunt men and women both past and present...

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We Know Roland Emmerich Can Do Spectacle But Can He Do Sequels?

Roland Emmerich attempts a sequel for the first time with Independence Day Resurgence. But can he pull it off?
Posted On 07 Jun 2016

Get Carter: Who Knew It Was A Tale Of Revenge?

Get Carter's marketing was able to exploit its tale of violence with provocative images of double-barreled hard men and scantily clad women...
Posted On 05 Jun 2016