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Milius – Review

Chris Patmore reviews new documentary Milius, about the maverick filmmaker, and interviews its directors.…

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Cutie and the Boxer – Review

Cutie and the Boxer is a "deeply profound and exquisitely crafted documentary that examines the big picture when it comes to relationships and artistic ambition," says Kat McLaughlin…

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The Nun – Review

The Nun is a "visually impressive adaptation [that] is far from faithful to the original text," says Helen Cox…

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Gloria – Review

"Gloria is a charming - if slow-moving - piece, and its appeal hangs heavily around a wonderful performance by Paulina García," says Hugo Wilkinson…

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Muscle Shoals – Review

"For fans of contemporary music culture, this documentary is a must see," says Chris Patmore…

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Prince Avalanche – Review

David Gordon Green's Prince Avalanche is 'a bromance-of-sorts that marches to an entirely different drum,' says Nikki Baughan…

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Kill Your Darlings: In Conversation

movieScope editor Nikki Baughan and critic James Mottram discuss Kill Your Darlings, which sees a 1944 murder bring together students Allen Ginsburg (Daniel Radcliffe), Jack Kerouac (Jack Huston) and William Burroughs (Ben Foster)…

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Inside Llewyn Davis – Review

The Coen Brothers' Inside Llewyn Davis is 'both amusing character study and profound treatise about unrealised ambition, the cruel nature of fate and the omnipresent possibility of failure,' says Nikki Baughan…

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The To Do List – Review

"The To Do List is a playful, filthy, funny and very welcome addition to the teen sex comedy subgenre," says Kat McLaughlin…

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The Call – Review

The Call benefits from 'solid performances from Berry and Breslin, together with some slick, intimate visuals from cinematographer Tom Yatsko,' says Nikki Baughan…

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