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Soul food - The Lunchbox review

By Jess Lomas
July 8, 2014

Sometimes the wrong train will get you to the right station, and sometimes the wrong lunchbox will lead you to the right person. 388 more words

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Dog on wheels - Belle and Sebastian review

By Jess Lomas
July 2, 2014

In some ways, Belle & Sebastian feels like Lassie meets The Sound of Music; at other times, the absurdity of the plot conjures memories of Charlie the Wonder Dog (for fans of… 356 more words

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And a bottle of (non-alcoholic) rum - Tinker Bell and the Pirate Fairy review

By Jess Lomas
June 25, 2014

The trend of taking a successful film and sabotaging it by churning out uninspiring sequels is perhaps best illustrated in the world of animation. 405 more words

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Never be royals - Grace of Monaco review

By Jess Lomas
June 4, 2014

“The idea of my life as a fairytale is itself a fairytale”, Grace Kelly is quoted as saying as… 390 more words

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Range life - A Million Ways to Die in the West review

By Jess Lomas
May 28, 2014

Seth MacFarlane’s A Million Ways to Die in the West may succeed more in its uneven sketches and pop culture nods than as a complete film, but for those who enjoy a splash of toilet humour and cheap gags, there’s much to like here. 383 more words

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Play It Again - The Bourne Identity

By Jess Lomas
May 28, 2014

Play It Again is a weekly feature in which our classic-film connoisseurs revisit a revered motion picture from the annals of movie history, to see if it holds up… or if it has aged terribly. 396 more words

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