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Director Martin McDonagh Introduces His Seven Pyschopaths

Four years after his debut In Bruges became a cult classic, playwright-turned-filmmaker Martin McDonagh returns with his blistering follow-up Seven Psychopaths. The film Colin Farrell as a struggling screenwriter, whose decision to accept his actor…

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Seven Psychopaths – Review

Seven Psychopaths, Martin McDonagh's follow up to In Bruges, is 'one of the funniest films of the year,' writes Nikki Baughan…

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Sightseers Review

Ben Wheatley's Sightseers plays like a 'deliciously dark mash up of Bonnie and Clyde meets Carry on Camping,' writes Nikki Baughan…

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The Scouting Book For Boys Review

Although James Cameron’s mega-budget Hollywood behemoth Avatar has been dominating column inches over recent weeks, the rest of 2010 is shaping up to be a memorable one for films on this side of the Atlantic. With the…

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The Wicker Man: Conversations With Robin Hardy, Anthony Schaffer and Edward Woodward

Nikki Baughan reviews Stephen Applebaum's new book The Wicker Man: Conversations With Robin Hardy, Anthony Schaffer and Edward Woodward…

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The Master – review

Paul Thomas Anderson's The Master is "a film that sparks a strong reaction, that gets into your head, that keeps you thinking and that sparks passionate debate and discussion" writes movieScope editor Nikki Baughan.…

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On the Road – Review

On the Road – Review

Released October 12, 2012 Reviewed by Nikki Baughan Tweet That it’s taken over three decades to bring Jack Kerouac’s generation-defining novel to the screen will come as little surprise to anyone familiar with the book;…

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BFI Five Year Plan Prioritises Education, Filmmaker & Industry Support and Heritage

BFI sets out how they plan to support the UK film industry over the next five years with the publication of Film Forever…

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Lawless – Review

John Hillcoat's Lawless is a 'visceral, gritty and unexpectedly endearing family portrait', writes Nikki Baughan…

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Anna Karenina – Review

Joe Wright's Anna Karenina is a visually stunning adaptation of Tolstoy's great work, writes Nikki Baughan…

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