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Eternal-Journey:-New-Atlantis

Eternal Journey: New Atlantis

AS we grow up, there is never a story more memorable than that of the lost city of Atlantis. Researchers across the globe have long been determined Read more...


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The-Two-Faces-of-January

The Two Faces of January

Hossein Amini’s directorial debut shows great potential as a classy, stylish thriller, but unfortunately falls flat with a lack of character development and an unsatisfactory finale. Well, at least the scenery is lovely. Read more...

He-Who-Dares

He Who Dares

Billed by distributor Studiocanal as “The Raid meets Die Hard”, this British indie’s low budget may make those claims slightly more aspirational than realistic Read more...

Dirty-Rotten-Scoundrels-Musical

Dirty Rotten Scoundrels Musical

When a classic comedy such as Dirty Rotten Scoundrels gets a theatrical makeover, the film-lovers alarm bell start to ring. In an overcrowded Read more...


Cinema Reviews

The-Quiet-Ones

The Quiet Ones

The plot promises potential and the cast deliver the stale dialogue with panache — but this film fails to elevate itself from a crowd of clichéd “Based on a True Story” horror. Read more...

Rio-2

Rio 2

Set in the jungle, Rio 2 takes Blu where he belongs but has never set foot: the Amazonian forest. Joined by his family, Jewel and their three bouncing children, he decides to go find their roots and unveil a whole flock of other blue parrots. Read more...

The-Stag

The Stag

More than a film about celebrating the last single night of a groom-to-be, The Stag is a surprising comedy about what you can learn from the others and how there are many ways to live your masculinity. Read more...

A-Nightmare-on-Elm-Street-II:-Freddys-Revenge

A Nightmare on Elm Street II: Freddy's Revenge

Shown at the BFI for the London LGBT Film Festival, the second opus of Freddy Krueger’s bloody and revengeful killing spree turns into another film, with a whole new level to it. Read more...

Family-Reunion

Family Reunion

Family Reunion, directed by David kitchen, is a powerful short film about a family whose world is turned upside down by a dark secret. Though it is only ten minutes long, Family Reunion Read more...

Drunk-On-Love

Drunk On Love

Drunk on Love is an Indie British film, a crossbreed between Love Actually and The Inbetweeners; it is about love and how going on a pub crawl with your best mates can make any situation better and clearer. Read more...

300:-Rise-of-an-Empire

300: Rise of an Empire

Hungry Hollywood executives could never pass the opportunity to repeat the success of the original ‘300’, a cinematic triumph of stylised violence and hyper-masculinity Read more...

8-Minutes-Idle

8 Minutes Idle

Based on Matt Thorne's novel about life in a Bristol call centre, this limp-along rom-com, 8 Minutes Idle, is one of those films that desperately tries hard to be surreal and funny Read more...

Non-Stop

Non-Stop

Filled with plot holes, predictable characters and topped by a bland but explosive finale - this is a mediocre mid-air thriller that will appeal only to most undemanding of Neeson’s fan-base. Read more...

A-New-York-Winters-Tale

A New York Winter's Tale

You know those films that are so bad that they’re actually quite good' This isn’t one of those. Read more...

Robocop

Robocop

For fans of the original Robocop, the news that José Padilha was resuscitating the Robocop franchise may have been disheartening especially since Paul Verhoeven's Read more...

Russell-Kane

Russell Kane

It's almost 2 years since Russell last brought a show to Truro. Last time he was analysing modern masculinity in his hilarious 'Manscaping' show....... Read more...

The-Epic-Of-Everest

The Epic Of Everest

This fascinating and newly restored nature drama is the official record of George Mallory and Sandy Irvine’s ill-fated attempt to reach the summit of Mount Everest in 1924. Read more...

Cinema Reviews

That-Awkward-Moment

That Awkward Moment

That Awkward Moment is an untraditional rom-com: the point of view is given by the three male leads and it is not common to see men get involved in a discussion Read more...

The-Armstrong-Lie

The Armstrong Lie

In 2009 Academy award winning documentary maker Alex Gibney was given exclusive access to make a film about Lance Armstrong’s comeback to the 2009 Tour De France. Read more...

Wakolda

Wakolda

Patagonia, 1960. A family travels on a deserted road to join the city of Bariloche. They meet Helmut Gregor, a German physician. At first, the doctor is proving himself to be helpful to the entire family. Read more...

Fear-Of-Water

Fear Of Water

'You need passion and goodwill to work on micro-budget films' says Rebecca Tranter, producer of Kate Lane's directorial debut feature film, Fear of Water. Read more...

Wake-in-Fright

Wake in Fright

If you thought that “The Hangover” was depicting a fairly crazy drunken night, you need to watch Wake in Fright: this classic from the 70’s is getting a restoration Read more...

Stranger-by-the-Lake

Stranger by the Lake

Summertime. South of France. A secluded lake is the meeting point for naturist men. Some just enjoy a swim and the sun. Some wander into the woods Read more...

Grudge-Match-Press-Conference

Grudge Match Press Conference

Press conference with Robert De Niro, Sylvester Stallone and director Peter Segal. Read more...

SKUM-Rocks---review-and-interview

SKUM Rocks - review and interview

Move over Spinal Tap! Here comes the ultimate rockumentary – a sordid tale of mega ambition, wild parties, professional shows of dubious standards and talent, and above all, scandal and mayhem. Read more...

Anchorman-2:-The-Legend-Continues

Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues

Hype often outweighs reality, we all know that. But, following the huge success of Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy, fans were understandably expecting a lot Read more...

Little-Black-Book

Little Black Book

Jean-Jaque’s life is carefully ordered, down to the little black book where he records the vital statistics of all the women he has slept with. Read more...

The-Secret-Life-of-Walter-Mitty

The Secret Life of Walter Mitty

Heartfelt and endearing at times. Dull, sluggishly paced and mildly amusing throughout. Ben Stiller shines in this mediocre screen Read more...

The-Hobbit:-The-Desolation-of-Smaug-(3D)

The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug (3D)

If, like me, you grew up with fond memories of JRR Tolkien’s epic fantasy adventure stories, then you should get a big kick out of this film. Even if you haven’t read the books, or seen the films Read more...

Carrie

Carrie

For anyone that grew up with the 70’s original the first thoughts on this movie will be why bother, for anyone that hasn’t the first thoughts will be what a cool horror movie. In this case both viewpoints are probably right. Read more...



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