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ADMIRAL (2015)

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AGORA (2009)

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A wonderful tale revolving round the atheistic female mathematician, philosopher and all-round genius Hypatia, the lover she spurned and the slave who adored her; Roman authority is collapsing, the end is nigh and the Talibanesque Christians are preparing to both sack and burn the great library at Alexandria, destroying the collective scientific work of centuries, setting back science and maths a millennium, and massacre thousands (including, of course, the Jews). This is an ambitious and swe find out more...


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BIG EYES (2014)

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We follow American artist Margaret Keane , who, in the 1960s, allowed her husband Walter to claim credit for her artwork, believing that a female artist could not find success through painting. The Keanes acquired huge amounts of wealth through her work; However, when they later became separated, Margaret announced to the world that she was in fact the true author of the paintings, sparking a long and painful legal battle between the estranged pair.

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Lucy Fife Donaldson says: "Mark Wahlberg is pulled back into the smuggling business when his brother-in-law falls foul of a no-good gang, run by Giovanni Ribisi (who looks and sounds the meanest he has yet). What follows is a fairly standard, but no less fun for it, caper of heist plans and double (double) crosses that goes to Panama and back. If you can’t fall for the easy charm of Wahlberg, not to mention the wiry charisma of Ribisi and Ben Foster, then this is unlikely to be of much find out more...

DOMINO (2005)

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Domino Harvey is not your archetypal Hollywood socialite, to begin with she genuinely hates the world she was born into and despite, or perhaps in part because of, her mother's horror she signs herself up for the world of bounty hunting. As a ruthless rough and ready gun totting adventurer Domino finally, ironically, finds some kind of peace and with her colleagues a family that she genuinely feels she belongs with. Very loosely based on the real life escapades of Dominic Harvey and directed by find out more...
EL CID (1961)

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One of the very finest epics produced, equally impressive in terms of script and spectacle. Heston is aptly heroic as the 11th Century patriot destined to die in the fight to evict the Moors from Spain, Mann's direction is stately and thrilling and Miklos Rosza's superb score perfectly complements the crisp and simple widescreen images. Sobriety and restraint, in fact, are perhaps the keynotes of the film's success, with the result that a potentially risible finale, in which Cid's corpse is born find out more...

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Following on from 'Elizabeth' this sees her a more confident and assured, in firm control of her court, but still troubled by the bothersome Mary Queen of Scots and facing a war with Catholic Spain that few believe she will survive. "Elizabeth The Golden Age" is a beautifully lit, sumptuously dressed dogs dinner of a movie, a fine cast wasted on a shamelessly lazy script and created more in the style of a fashion shoot than a film. The old girl would probably love it mind, because Cate Blanchett find out more...