A Most Wanted Man, 12 February


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Anton Corbijn’s masterful adaptation of John Le Carré’s spy thriller will leave you missing Philip Seymour Hoffman more than ever, says Tim Robey in The Telegraph http://www.telegraph.co.uk/culture/film/filmreviews/11061443/A-Most-Wanted-Man-review-lavishly-mesmerising.html

In his final leading role as a disillusioned spymaster, Philip Seymour Hoffman resembles a hungover panda, but the power and intelligence of his performance are the perfect epitaph, Peter Bradshaw in The Guardian http://www.theguardian.com/film/2014/sep/11/a-most-wanted-man-review-philip-seymour-hoffman

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Effie Gray, 15 January 2015


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Emma Thompson’s story of John Ruskin’s wife is bleakly fascinating, says Geoffrey Macnab in The Independent http://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/films/reviews/effie-gray-film-review-the-story-of-john-ruskins-wife-is-bleakly-fascinating-9782624.html

Dakota Fanning is remarkably good but Emma Thompson’s script makes John Ruskin out to be a sexist villain,  says David Sexton in The Daily Mail http://www.standard.co.uk/goingout/film/effie-gray–film-review-dakota-fanning-is-remarkably-good-but-emma-thompsons-script-makes-john-ruskin-out-to-be-a-sexist-villain-9786485.html

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