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Jadoo – Review

With Jadoo, director Amit Gupta has 'drawn on his personal experiences to create an intimate and heartfelt look at life in the British Indian community' says Nikki Baughan…

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Shane Carruth Talks Upstream Colour

Eight years after his blistering debut, Primer, writer/director Shane Carruth returns with his follow-up Upstream Colour. Here, the filmmaker tells James Mottram why funding, making and distributing a film outside of the system was such…

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Upstream Colour – Review

Its 'disorienting, dreamlike quality is one of the key pleasures (and frustrations) of Upstream Colour,' says Anton Bitel…

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You’re Next – Review

'Full of black humour,' You're Next is 'deep-piercing social satire,' says Anton Bitel…

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What Maisie Knew – Review

What Maisie Knew is 'one of the year's most heartbreaking, compelling films' and 'an absolute must-see,' says Nikki Baughan…

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Lovelace – In Conversation

movieScope Editor Nikki Baughan and critic James Mottram discuss Linda Lovelace biopic Lovelace, which stars Amanda Seyfried in the title role…

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Kick-Ass 2 – Review

'Thanks to a weighty real-world mentality, superhero sequel Kick-Ass 2 falls over itself at every turn', says Nikki Baughan…

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The Downfall of the West

Chris Patmore looks at two different westerns on current release, Heaven's Gate and The Lone Ranger, and finds these box-office "flops" to be more subversive than they are credited for.…

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Get Lucky – Review

London gangster drama Get Lucky 'suffers from an overly cliched screenplay,' says Chris Patmore…

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Review: Only God Forgives

Nicholas Winding Refn takes on the Asian revenge genre in Only God Forgives, and doesn't necessarily win, says reviewer Chris Patmore.…

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