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March 2018: All the films coming your way!

Want to know what’s coming to a cinema near you this March? Look no further…

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Tad Jones the Lost Explorer and the Secret of King Midas | Review

★★

Tempting that it is to make unfavourable comparisons between Enrique Gato’s latest feature and Pixar’s recent Coco, it’s worth noting that the former has been achieved on pittance of the latter’s budget ($6m to $200m) and, despite many weaknesses, you can’t fault the ambition.

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The Cloverfield Paradox | Review

★★

In another dimension, there is a phenomenal alternate version of Julius Onah’s The Cloverfield Paradox. It’s a parallel universe in which a paired down iteration of Oren Uziel’s script grants its gift of a cast one concept to run with and they take it into hyperspace. Unfortunately, time and space have fractured and that film has collided with a dozen others to produce a more unwieldy monster. Continue reading The Cloverfield Paradox | Review

Molly’s Game | Review

★★★★

Launching in the vocabulary of Adam McKay’s The Big Short – before landing somewhere a touch more ordinary – Molly’s Game may not entirely be the visually coherent triumph that Sorkin surely has in him but remains an unfailingly absorbing directorial debut from The Social Network writer. His tremendous cast, led by Jessica Chastain, is a bonus.

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