Directorial indie debuts are packing some real punches in 2017. In the wake of outings from Hope Dickson Leach and William Oldroyd comes Francis Lee’s God’s Own Country, a rural romance of cold winds and warm hearts. Another in a pleasing tide of British features, here is a film of equal profundity and assured cinematography.
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Teasing a new trailer, to be released tomorrow (September 18), Warner Bros. have released a first-look poster at the new Tomb Raider film, starring Alicia Vikander.
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Another tough project from the hard-hitting director of The Hurt Locker and Zero Dark Thirty. Kathryn Bigelow has brought her knack, for capturing the brutally real, closer to home for Detroit and the film’s all the harder to watch for it.
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James Bond may be the world’s number one spy but its hard not to notice that the film translations of Ian Fleming’s classic espionage stories have become a lot more straight-laced than they used to be.
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It’s not a remake, it’s a sequel says first-film star Keifer Sutherland. So what can we expect from this not-reboot reboot of the 1990 cult sci-fi…?
Spoilers may follow.
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