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Sandra Bullock


Words will do little to convey the incredible ride that you go on watching Alfonso Cuaron’s masterpiece that is Gravity. Beautiful and terrifying, this is a phenomenal piece of cinema that quite simply cannot be missed. Rating:
Benedict Cumberbatch as WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange and Daniel Brühl as Daniel Domscheit-Berg


Triggering an age of high-stakes secrecy, explosive news leaks and the trafficing of classified information, ‘WikiLeaks’ forever changed the game. Now, in a dramatic thriller based on real events, The Fifth Estate reveals the quest to expose the deceptions and corruptions of power that turned an Internet upstart into the 21st century's most fiercely debated organisation. Rating:
Liam James


Having won an Oscar for their adapted screenplay of The Descendants, Faxon and Rash prove once again that they are masters at producing real, engaging stories that manages to make you laugh one moment, and cry your eyes out the next…. Rating:
Ryan Gosling as Julian


Another brutal thriller, Only God Forgives, like Drive, delivers a terrific fusion of subject matter with superb style. Rating:
The Four Horseman

I have to admit, I was really looking forward to this. With the trailer showing us glitzy magic tricks, bank robberies, teleportations, card tricks and Range Rovers spontaneously bursting with dollar bills y’all, I was almost scratching at the door to be let in. Rating:
Neil and Oscar


I Am Breathing is a powerful documentary that focuses on British architect Neil Platt, who at just 31years old was diagnosed with the rapidly degenerative condition known as Motor Neuron Disease.

As the film begins, Neil explains that his is "a tale of fun and laughs with a smattering of upset and devastation." and what follows is an honest, intimate and surprisingly humourous story of living with his condition. Rating:
The three Flemish boys relaxing in Spain Rating:
Michael Douglas and Matt Damon

All the glitters is almost gold... Not everyone today will be old enough to remember piano impresario Liberace, so it is hard to imagine just how huge a personality he was in his hey-day, which stretched back from the 1950’s up until his death in 1987. Rating:
Gemma Arterton as Vampire Clara

The director of Interview With The Vampire; Neil Jordan brings us British-Irish fantasy thriller Byzantium that stars Saoirse Ronan, Gemma Arterton as a mother and daughter vampire duo.

Forget the Hollywood vampire gloss that is Twilight - Byzantium is a very stylish British film. A Winter English seaside is the eerie backdrop in which Jordan sucks you into a world of blood and survival. Rating:


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