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Dan Hunter on 29th November
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Mike McCahill on 29th November / comments
The ever-embattled British film industry finally appears to have regained some stability. In the first of a series of year-end reviews, Mike McCahill considers how - after a slow start - this became a year to remember for cinemagoers across the land.
Mike McCahill on 4th December / comments
This Israeli horror-thriller about the haphazard pursuit of a child killer has received glowing endorsements from Quentin Tarantino, among others. It’s certainly nasty fun, yet oddly forgettable with it, writes Mike McCahill.
Anthony Nield on 4th December
Asgar Farhadi's engrossing portrait of splintering relationships is set against the backdrop of the Persian New Year. It's a deftly handled, multi-layered work, writes Anthony Nield.
Mike McCahill on 3rd December / comments
The latest high-profile horror remake finds Spike Lee attempting to match the warped singularity of Park Chan-wook’s cult Korean vengeance drama. He’s done the wrong thing, laments Mike McCahill.
Jonathan Melville on 2nd December
Sight & Sound critics have chosen their top films of 2013 for the latest issue - how many have you seen?
David Parkinson on 2nd December / comments
Cops are very much to the fore, as Big Bad Wolves opens in cinemas and Nicolas Winding Refn's Only God Forgives arrives on DVD and Blu-ray. Notebooks at the ready to take down anything that could be used as evidence...
James Oliver on 2nd December
A Thai-set thriller from Nicolas Winding Refn (Drive). Ryan Gosling plays the ex-pat gangster, Kristin Scott Thomas his monstrous mother. It's magnificent filmmaking, writes James Oliver.
Mike McCahill on 2nd December
Steve Coogan’s bumbling comic creation gets the chance to play the big-screen hero when a sacked fellow DJ at North Norfolk Digital takes hostages. It's genuinely funny, writes Mike McCahill.
on 1st December
Investigative journalist John Pilger looks into the plight of Australia's indigenous first people, exploring the apartheid that sits deep within Australia's past and present.
James Oliver on 1st December
Performed live in 1960, these brilliant stagings of Shakespeare, starring Judi Dench, Robert Hardy and Sean Connery, stand as a model for putting his plays on screen, writes James Oliver.