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6 October 2016, 10:20pm
Woody Allen’s Café Society film review
Woody Allen’s Café Society film review

WOODY Allen's first significantly Los Angeles-filmed feature since Annie Hall nearly 40 years ago is another bittersweet, ...

6 October 2016, 10:17pm
‘The Girl on The Train’ one-dimensional
‘The Girl on The Train’ one-dimensional

TATE Taylor's adaptation of the bestselling Paula Hawkins novel stars Emily Blunt as an alcoholic who becomes obsessed with a local murder case.

6 October 2016, 10:14pm
Well-made biopic of Dhoni
Well-made biopic of Dhoni

CLOCKING in at just over three hours this biopic of Indian cricketing legend Mahendra Singh Dhoni is overlong and far from perfect.

22 September 2016, 7:26pm
Review: Magnificent Seven misfits reunite
Review: Magnificent Seven misfits reunite

THE big difference between the new version of The Magnificent Seven and the revered 1960 feature is the ethnic background ...

22 September 2016, 7:24pm
‘Blair Witch’: don’t go back into woods
‘Blair Witch’: don’t go back into woods

GETTING in on the reboot racket, horror show Blair Witch relaunches the long-dormant brand, putting fresh blood ...

22 September 2016, 7:22pm
It’s ‘Ab Fab’ sweetie, darling!
It’s ‘Ab Fab’ sweetie, darling!

THERE'S a surprisingly touching moment at the end of Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie where Edina Monsoon (Jennifer ...

15 September 2016, 8:12pm
‘Bridget Jones’s Baby’ film review
‘Bridget Jones’s Baby’ film review

IF NOTHING else, Bridget Jones's Baby can bask in the glory of being a less dismal than usual reboot of an aging franchise.

15 September 2016, 8:03pm
Overedited ‘Ben Hur’ film review
Overedited ‘Ben Hur’ film review

WHAT'S the point of making a cut-rate version of Ben-Hur?

15 September 2016, 8:01pm
Terror goes ‘Viral’ in teen flick
Terror goes ‘Viral’ in teen flick

A MONSTER movie whose stranded-teen heroes are more likeable than usual, Henry Joost and Ariel Schulman's Viral ...