PG, 130 mins
Review: The Lion Men (PG, 130 mins)It has its moments, but borders on draggy |2.5/5 stars
PG13, 94 mins
Review: From Vegas to Macau (PG13, 94 mins)Guaranteed to tickle audiences right until the very end | 3/5 stars
R21, 117 mins
Review: Dallas Buyers Club (R21, 117 mins)Matthew McConaughey is phenomenal, but the film isn’t nearly as brilliant as it wants to be |3/5 stars
Review: August: Osage County (NC16, 130mins)Despite the yelling, this is a formidable acting showcase that is delivered with sincere honesty| 3.5/5 stars
NC16, 95 mins
Review: Mood Indigo (NC16, 95 mins)The film is a hyper-real paen to having loved and lost |4/5 stars
M18, 109 mins
Review: Mobius (M18, 109 mins)2.5/5 stars
NC16, 92 mins
Review: Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa (NC16, 92 mins)And old man and his grandson’s road trip, Jackass-style| 3/5 stars
PG13, 117 mins
Review: The Four 2 (PG13, 117 mins)Things get personal for the four constables| 3/5 stars
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