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We review Ben Affleck’s lastet directorial effort, Argo, a gripping political thriller that will have you on the edge of your seat.

A Simple Life is a film which sits just on right side of sentimentality and is as touching as it is steadfast in its depiction of the human condition.

To celebrate the 60th anniversary of Singin’ In The Rain, where Gene Kelly stars and directs in this all-time classic, we decided to take a look back at five memorable Actor-directors.

With the eerie silence that falls upon this film, only to be filled by the tick-tocking of Gordon Levitt’s pocket watch, Looper is a futuristic sci-fi that is sure to thrill and leave you stunned, wanting to watch more.

With the UK release of the Wachowski’s highly anticipated and intriguing Cloud Atlas early next year, we look at the cult classic that grabbed the cinema-goer and introduced them to “A world without rules and controls, without borders or boundaries; a world where anything is possible”.

Whether you are a NASCAR enthusiast or not, this award winning documentary will captivate and inspire.

Anna Karenina film review: A romantic tragedy that foregrounds the theatricality of our lives.

This Pygmalion meets hipster Weird Science comedy drama is a charming tale with enough substance and intrigue to become more than what could have been very easily an empty piece of whimsy.

The Expendables are back and this time they are “back for war.”

Taking place in Leeds for its first year is the No/Gloss Film Festival. The fest will run over two days – the 8th and 9th of September – at Wharf Chambers, and from what was on preview at the launch party it’s safe to say this one isn’t to be missed.