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You have to wonder

My memory of 2010's Alice in Wonderland was that it was a bombastic mess, redeemed only by some clever performances.

Nice bit of work

In the opening of The Nice Guys, the latest in a recent resurgence of throwbacks to the buddy films of yore, the camera peers out from behind a vandalised and partly damaged Hollywood sign to reveal the glitzy L.A. skyline below.

Alice returns to big screen

Alice returns to big screen

Lewis Carroll's much-loved heroine Alice returns to the big screen for more fantasy adventures in 'Alice Through the Looking Glass', going through a mirror and then travelling back in time to help her friend, the flamboyant Mad Hatter.

Eisenberg likes playing the villain

Eisenberg likes playing the villain

Jesse Eisenberg prefers to play bad guys in movies, saying he feels more sympathy for them.

Jackman films new scenes for Wolverine 3

Jackman films new scenes for Wolverine 3

Hugh Jackman has been spotted filming a fight scene for the upcoming 'Wolverine' movie.

Holland under pressure from Spider-Man fans

Holland under pressure from Spider-Man fans

Tom Holland says he is under "a lot of pressure" to embody Spider-Man.

Film review: Where To Invade Next

Film review: Where To Invade Next

Michael Moore, the one-man scourge of right-wing America, is back. 

Film review: The Greenstone

Film review: The Greenstone

There are a few moments near the start of The Greenstone (Rialto) when I genuinely thought I was about to see something truly impressive.

THE GREENSTONE Director: Cristoph van der Bij Cast: Cele du Plessis, Simon Jones, Rob Flanagan Rating: (M) ★★★

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