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Universal stokes Fifty Shades fervour two years before the sequel's release

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California screaming: Shelley Hennig stars in the cyber-bullying horror ‘Unfriended’

Unfriended, film review: A tense poke into the dark extremes of social media

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Carey Mulligan in Far From The Madding Crowd

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Thomas Vinterberg's take on Thomas Hardy's novel is only vivid when Mulligan is onscreen

Patrick Stewart in Match

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Unfortunately, the film’s stage origins are all too obvious

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What compels most in The Duke of Burgundy is the cinematography and Knudsen’s poignant and nuanced performance as the anxious older lover

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(15) Brad Anderson, 110 mins Starring: Kate Beckinsale, Jim Sturgess, Ben Kingsley
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The Falling, film review: Maisie Williams is top of the class for melodrama and mystery

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