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REVIEW: The World to Come (2021)

As someone who is generally not a fan of Westerns, there have been a few films within the last decade that have been set in 19th century American isolated frontiers that have caught my eye and I’ve ended up loving – and these are the…

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REVIEW: A Ghost Story (2017)

“What is it you like about this house so much,” asks M (Rooney Mara), insisting through her bemused expression that C (Casey Affleck) must respond. “History,” he says. They remain in disagreement. The ghost wanders through time, reflecting on past memories shared in their small…

Events

The Full List Of EE British Academy Film Award Winners

Stephen Fry hosted the 70th British Academy Film Awards in London’s Royal Albet Hall and it’ll come as no surprise to many, ‘La La Land’ waltzed away with 5 BAFTA wins, including ‘Best Picture’, ‘Best Direction’, and ‘Best Original Music’. The latest actor to step…

Articles + Interviews

A Beginners’ Guide To Awards Season

Written by Chris Gelderd Ladies and gentlemen, it gives me great pleasure to write my first ever article for JumpCut UK, and what better place to start, at this time of the year, than with a Beginners’ Guide to Awards Season. Now, Hollywood runs to…

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REVIEW: Triple 9 (2016)

Given that I was one of the few people who wasn’t overly fussed for the release of ‘Deadpool’ (my ignorance was duly rectified), I had my sights firmly set on ‘Triple 9’ as the film to tide me over before the release of ‘Batman v Superman’. The trailer immediately caught…

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REVIEW: Gone Baby Gone (2015)

After recently watching Ben Affleck’s ‘The Town’ and enjoying it immensely, I thought I would go back in time and watch his feature-length directorial debut, ‘Gone Baby Gone’. With an all-star cast (including Affleck’s kid brother, Casey) and an intriguing plot that promised to be right up…

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REVIEW: Ocean’s Thirteen (2007)

Written by Andrew Garrison Unlike ‘Ocean’s Twelve’, my expectations for this third offering were much lower. Although, seeing that Al Pacino was added to this already star-studded cast, I was hopeful that this final instalment in the franchise would prove a return to form. Sure…

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REVIEW: Ocean’s Twelve (2004)

Written by Andrew Garrison After ‘Ocean’s Eleven’ thrilled us all, my friends and I were very excited for this sequel. About ten of us got together and watched it in theatres with high hopes. ‘Ocean’s Twelve’ had its charms, and the amount of high-quality talent was evident…

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REVIEW: Ocean’s Eleven (2001)

Written by Andrew Garrison There are only a few movie-going events in my childhood which stand out far above the others. We have animated classics ‘Aladdin’ and ‘The Lion King’, and then in my teenage years there was ‘Ocean’s Eleven’. I had high hopes going…