• Mia Wasikowska in Tracks

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    Review: Tracks

    Written by: Dee PilgrimPosted on:

    There is something elegiac, understated and dreamlike about this film that transforms what is basically…
  • Tom Hardy in Locke

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    Review: Locke

    Written by: Dee PilgrimPosted on:

    Confinement (of the main protagonist and the audience’s point of view) is nothing new in…
  • Stephen Dorff and Emile Hirsch in The Motel Life

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    Review: The Motel Life

    Written by: Dee PilgrimPosted on:

    Motels have become something of a motif in American movies; faceless, anonymous places on the…
  • Mia Wasikowska in The Double

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    Review: The Double

    Written by: Dee PilgrimPosted on:

    Based on a Dostoevsky novella, but coming on like a Kafka and coke-induced hellish hallucination,…
  • Press ups in Starred Up movie

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    Review: Starred Up

    Written by: Dee PilgrimPosted on:

    This brave, gut-wrenching, emotionally pummelling movie takes us into a world where violence and anger…
  • The Machine

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    Review: The Machine

    Written by: Dee PilgrimPosted on:

    Made with a tiny budget which would probably just about pay the catering bill on…
  • Peter MacDonald's The Stag

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    Review: The Stag

    Written by: Dee PilgrimPosted on:

    Irishman Peter MacDonald is one of those actors who splits his time between film, theatre…
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    Review: Non-Stop

    Written by: Dee PilgrimPosted on:

    Just why Liam Neeson has reinvented himself as an action hero is his own business,…
  • Joaquin Phoenix looking out a window

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    Review: Her

    Written by: Dee PilgrimPosted on:

    Writer/director Spike Jonze has given us some of the most creatively ambitious films (Being John…
  • Joel Kinnaman as RoboCop

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    Review: RoboCop

    Written by: Dee PilgrimPosted on:

    And so here comes another reboot of another blockbuster series full of state of the…