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This biopic about the Beach Boys’ troubled star Brian Wilson succeeds in showing the struggles of true creativity, says Michael Joyce.
Secret Cinema organisers had yet another marred opening night at one of their events this evening which resulted in them offering compensation to fans.
John Maclean, one-time DJ and sampler with The Beta Band, makes an impressive feature film directorial debut with this stylish western shot on location in New Zealand.
Secret Cinema presents Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back offers genuine fans of the series a truly out of this world experience, but doesn’t feel as good as it could have been.
Broadchurch star Olivia Colman is appearing in London Road, a musical about the aftermath of the Ipswich murders in late 2006.
The National Theatre’s acclaimed production about the 2005 Ipswich serial murders is an original but testing film adaptation, says Michael Joyce.
This sequel to Hope and Glory 28 years on feels a bit desperate, says Michael Joyce.
Melissa McCarthy also proves her credentials in a movie far more imaginative than its title suggests, says Michael Joyce.
Although the circumstances surrounding the backstory of London Road were terrible, you could tell from the beginning this was going to be an uplifting film.
This dry comedy doesn’t do the image of post-war writers any favours, says Michael Joyce.
This slick documentary charting the protests against the Iraq War makes a lot out of something that achieved little, says Michael Joyce.
While Tom Hardy falls short, the latest chapter of this groundbreaking franchise is an action-packed triumph, says Michael Joyce.
For a big budget fantasy which vociferously encourages children to dream, Tomorrowland: A World Beyond is disappointingly - and ironically - short on invention and ingenuity.
This film told through sign language is ultimately a reductive view of people, says Michael Joyce.
It might be politically incorrect, but Cary Grant shines in this classic piece of slick Hollywood entertainment, says Michael Joyce.
This Iranian feminist vampire movie is an excercised study in cool, says Michael Joyce.
Sarah Gadon is a surprising revelation in this otherwise lightweight, harmless royal fantasy, says Michael Joyce.
Chris Rock’s latest comedy is a mixed bag, but at least it’s funny, says Michael Joyce.
Spooks may have won over TV audiences on the BBC, but its big screen adaptation is just too silly, says Michael Joyce.
A cowardly president is hardly likely to break America, says Michael Joyce.
This tale of US drought and hardship makes for an arid, bloodless and crushingly dull vision, says Michael Joyce.
Thomas Vinterberg’s adaptation of this classic novel is by the book, but without its original magic, says Michael Joyce.
It’s time to assemble again!
This 1963 classic retains its power as it tells the story of a man with writer’s block, says Michael Joyce.
It seems rather disingenuous for Hollywood - an industry that reveres glamour, designer couture and age-defying beauty - to peddle wish fulfillment fantasies to female audiences that extol beauty as a quality that radiates purely from within.
Slavishly adapted from Disney’s classic 1950 animated musical, Kenneth Branagh’s live action version of the fairy-tale romance doesn’t skimp on the period detail.
Still nippy out, you can’t blame the cast of The Full Monty for leaving more than their hats on when they stopped by Ipswich Corn Hill.
If there’s one image that unexpectedly lingers in Pierre Morel’s socially conscious yet gleefully violent film, it’s Sean Penn’s gym-toned torso.
Heartbreaking truth is more compelling than fiction in Suite Française, Saul Dibb’s faithful adaptation of the novella Dolce by Irene Nemirovsky.
I recently watched Big Hero 6 and I’d have to say that it was the best film that I have watched in 2015.
It’s the ultimate feel-good classic. A film you switch on if you’ve had rubbish day, a bad break-up or simply because you haven’t seen it in a while.
Towards the end of The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel, a secret inspector is asked for an honest assessment of Jaipur’s luxury development for residents in their golden years.
Chiara D’Anna talks to Alex Bellotti about working with Peter Strickland, the reality of filming sex scenes and ‘human toilets’.
More than 45 years after the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr, director Ava DuVernay honours the memory of the leader of the U.S. Civil Rights Movement with this impassioned biopic.
Never underestimate the soothing power of a hug. With one simple squish, you can provide comfort, encouragement or a simple how-do-you-do that transcends a thousand well-chosen words.
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