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The Personal History of David Copperfield

The Personal History of David Copperfield

...should satisfy those who are enjoying the current crop of adaptations of classic novels.
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Aznavour by Charles

Aznavour by Charles

… the filmmakers capture Aznavour’s insatiable yearning for life [which] speaks volumes to a once-in-a-generation virtuoso who was unable to
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Come to Daddy

Come to Daddy

... a film well worth seeing, for freaks, the freak adjacent and for fans of films unafraid to take some
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1917

1917

A triumph of style, and a beautiful looking film, it’s just a pity it didn’t have more to say.
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Jumanji: The Next Level

Jumanji: The Next Level

Fun and spectacle are the key words here, with no expense spared in terms of effects and casting.
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Astronaut

Astronaut

...will evoke tears and smiles in equal measure...
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The Hunt

The Hunt

Action and gore revel in blood-soaked splendour…triumphs…thanks to a sharply constructed premise that offers a piercing assessment on the American political divide.
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Miss Fisher and the Crypt of Tears

Miss Fisher and the Crypt of Tears

As a classic whodunit with exotic locations, exquisite sets, comical camels and actors in lavish costumes working to an occasional slapstick script, Crypt of Tears is the perfect follow-up to a fun and much-loved series.
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Dolittle

Dolittle

The VFX team do an impeccable job bringing the animals to life; however, the film’s lowbrow sense of humour reduces the elegance of the visuals.
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Burning Kiss

Burning Kiss

...an audacious concoction...
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Emma

Emma

…a wondrous retelling of a timeless literary masterpiece…
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Birds of Prey

Birds of Prey

… basically Harley Quinn’s adventure with some entertaining guest stars, and a bunch of colourful, affable nitwittery designed to appeal to an audience in the mood for a good time or just lightly drunk.
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Richard Jewell

Richard Jewell

... ultra-watchable, engrossing, naturalistic, tautly directed and superbly acted – especially by Hauser and Rockwell – and scripted.
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