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Review: Cinderella

Review: Cinderella

7th Apr 2015 by Anthony Maskell
Anthony Maskell finds the live action Disney flick entertaining but unambitious
Review: Coalition

Review: Coalition

7th Apr 2015 by Mark Barclay
Marcos Barclay finds this Channel 4 film pits power against principle to dramatic but disenfranchising effect
The Stranglers reviewed: no more heroes anymore?

The Stranglers reviewed: no more heroes anymore?

4th Apr 2015 by Ben Wilkinson-Turnbull
Ben Wilkinson-Turnbull reviews 70s rockers, The Stranglers' latest appearance at Oxford's O2 Academy
Blade Runner: The Final Cut

Blade Runner: The Final Cut

4th Apr 2015 by Toby Scadding
In the wake of the BFI's cinematic re-release of the cult classic, Toby Scadding takes a look back at how audiences...
Review: The Tale of Princess Kaguya

Review: The Tale of Princess Kaguya

3rd Apr 2015 by Rose Sykes
Rose Sykes is completely won over by this visually-striking, grown-up folk tale from Japan's Studio Ghibli
Review: NTLive's A View from the Bridge

Review: NTLive's A View from the Bridge

3rd Apr 2015 by Sophie Hall-Luke
Sophie Hall-Luke finds the view from her cinema seat perfect for this stage adaption
Review: Still Alice

Review: Still Alice

3rd Apr 2015 by Sam Joyce
An Oscar-winning Julianne Moore is left in search of a film, in this Alzheimer's drama
Review: The Babadook

Review: The Babadook

3rd Apr 2015 by Anthony Maskell
Anthony Maskell calls The Babadook a landmark chiller
An artist's obsessions

An artist's obsessions

2nd Apr 2015 by Surya Bowyer
Surya Bowyer reviews the Barbican's eclectic new exhibition of artists' personal collections
Review: Poldark

Review: Poldark

1st Apr 2015 by Sophie Hall-Luke
Sophie Hall-Luke is seduced by Poldark's charms.
Review: Insurgent

Review: Insurgent

1st Apr 2015 by Emmanuelle Soffe
Emmanuelle Soffe struggled to engage with the latest disposable entry in the Divergent series.
Review: Wild Tales

Review: Wild Tales

1st Apr 2015 by Toby Scadding
Toby Scadding finds this Almodóvar produced anthology a riotous examination of people pushed to the brink.
Review: Nurse

Review: Nurse

1st Apr 2015 by Dominic Hewett
Dominic Hewett finds Paul Whitehouse's new dark comedy adept at balancing humanity and humour
Review: Seventh Son

Review: Seventh Son

1st Apr 2015 by Anthony Maskell
Anthony Maskell finds Sergei Bodrov's sword-and-sorcery epic a disappointing waste of time and talent
"HOLY SH*T I'M ONLINE": Art, Literature and the Web

"HOLY SH*T I'M ONLINE": Art, Literature and the Web

30th Mar 2015 by Fintan Calpin
Fintan Calpin discusses postinternet art and literature
Preview: Game of Thrones Season Five

Preview: Game of Thrones Season Five

30th Mar 2015 by Emmanuelle Soffe
Emmanuelle Soffe recaps events on the hit show, and looks ahead to what may be coming our way in the next season
Review: Mark Knopfler - Tracker

Review: Mark Knopfler - Tracker

28th Mar 2015 by Mark Barclay
Mark Barclay is disappointed by Knopfler's good but predictable album
Review: Mommy

Review: Mommy

28th Mar 2015 by Sam Joyce
Sam Joyce finds Xavier Dolan's latest oedipal family drama to be a revelation.
The review club: filthy, spoiled, rotten

The review club: filthy, spoiled, rotten

28th Mar 2015 by Mark Barclay
A look at the dark side of the Oxford drama world
6 songs to show you and your old mates still like each other

6 songs to show you and your old mates still like each other

27th Mar 2015 by John Shulman
Stifle your weeping and listen to The Killers
Review: Life Itself

Review: Life Itself

26th Mar 2015 by Anthony Maskell
Anthony Maskell reviews Steve James' celebratory documentary about the life of America's most famous film critic