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The Addams Family Review: Save money, give it a miss

Those creepy, kooky, mysterious and spooky characters from the imagination of Charles Addams receive the big-screen animated treatment in The Addams Family. This is the...

Downton Abbey Review: A treat for fans of elegance

Those who have been yearning for a fix of interwar elegance ever since the popular television series Downton Abbey went off the air can...

Rambo: Last Blood: R-rated Rambo in ruins

It’s an old and easily spotted Hollywood trick: Set up a group of easy-to-hate villains, then dole out their presumably just desserts while inviting...

Abominable Review: An avalanche of family fun

“Adorable” has a new synonym: Abominable (DreamWorks), a charming animated film which transforms the dreaded Yeti monster - the legendary abominable snowman - into...

Ad Astra Review: Intrigue of faith in sci-fi plot

The Latin motto from which the compelling sci-fi drama Ad Astra (Fox) takes its title assures us that, by persevering through difficulties, we can...

Where’d you go, Bernadette Review: The south pole of life’s crisis

By Sr Hosea Rupprecht Based on the 2012 best-seller by Maria Semple, Where’d You Go, Bernadette tells the story of Bernadette Fox (Cate Blanchett), a...

Blinded by the light Review: A sunny portrayal of family

Abundant charm and an insightful depiction of the ups and downs of both friendship and family life make Blinded by the Light, writer-director Gurinder...

Brian Banks Review: The power of hope

Dramas of the falsely accused fighting against a broken legal system are reliably inspiring. With the sports star formula additionally worked in, Brian Banks...

Angry Birds 2 Review: Silly but it’s so much fun

Much feathery fun is packed into The Angry Birds Movie 2, the latest animated installment in the franchise based on the addictive phone app....

The Lion King: Technically great – but falls flat

Advances in moviemaking technology allow a story that could only previously be told as a cartoon to be enacted, so to speak, by animals....
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