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    Review: The Hate U Give

    Film Critic Catrin Osborne recommends The Hate U Give, a stirring portrayal of police brutality in America

    Written by Catrin Osborne on 16th December 2018

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    Review: Night School

    Film Critic Tom Smith-Wrinch gives low marks to Night School, the latest comedy from class clown Kevin Hart

    Written by Tom Smith Wrinch on 13th December 2018

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    Review: Apostle

    Film Critic Matt Taylor is awestruck by Apostle, a graphic yet thoughtful horror

    Written by Matt Taylor on 13th December 2018

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    Review: Hereditary

    Written by Matt Taylor on 13th December 2018

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    Review: Climax

    Film Critic Samuel Zucca recommends the dazzling depravity of Climax - but warns the faint-hearted

    Written by Samuel Zucca on 12th December 2018

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    Review: A Star is Born

    Film Contributor Jacky Sy is full of praise for Cooper's reprisal of this well-loved classic, starring a well-loved pop icon, Lady Gaga

    Written by Jacky Sy on 11th December 2018

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    Review: Blindspotting

    Film Contributor Tom Smith Wrinch is more than impressed with Daveed Diggs and Rafael Casal's new film Blindspotting, with it's modern themes and destablising plot

    Written by Tom Smith Wrinch on 8th December 2018

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    Review: They Shall Not Grow Old

    Film Critic Alex Green recommends They Shall Not Grow Old, a stunning feat of technology and a fitting way to remember on the centenary of the Armistice

    Written by Alex Green on 7th December 2018

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    Multi-Review: Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald

    Redbrick Film explores whether The Crimes of Grindelwald, part two of the Fantastic Beasts series, spellbinds or stupefies

    Written by Rhys Lloyd-Jones, Matt Taylor, Sam Denyer, Samuel Zucca, Alex Green, Alisha Shah & Lucy McCann on 3rd December 2018

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    Review: Crazy Rich Asians

    Film Contributor Alisha Shah has fallen in love with Crazy Rich Asians, and its cultural significance in the 21st century

    Written by Alisha Shah on 30th November 2018

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    Review: Peterloo

    Film Critic Kat Forbes is slightly underwhelmed by Peterloo, Mike Leigh's telling of an important moment in British history

    Written by Kat Forbes on 21st November 2018

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    Review: Juliet, Naked

    Film Critic Kim Garande is charmed by Ethan Hawke's ageing rockstar in this Nick Hornby adaptation

    Written by Kim Garande on 20th November 2018
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