Film review of the absurdist comedy set in the not too distant future and starring Colin Farrell as a single man who must find a romantic partner, or face punishment by being turned into an animal of his choosing. Co-starring Rachel Weisz, it is directed and written by Yorgos Lanthimos.
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Director: Yorgos Lanthimos.
If you are off to the cinema this weekend, below is a list of the main movies being released in the UK, as of this Friday, 16 October 2015. To find out your nearest cinema showing these films, use the Find Any Film website.
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Tom Hiddlestone is fast becoming the Brit film actor of the moment (his High Rise headlined the London Film Festival and our reviewer in…Maysa Moncao has had chance to see it). He stars as a seductive stranger who spirits away innocent Mia Wasikowska to his titular, mouldering mansion in this Guillermo del Torro directed horror, which follows a similar visual path to his Pan’s Labyrinth (2006). The trailer looks splendidly creepy and stunning, so lucky for horror fans this will be showing nationwide as a pre-Hallowe’en treat. See the official website for more.
The Toronto International Film Festival finished yesterday. Hope you all enjoyed the sneaky-peak reviews from Our reviewer in… Maysa Moncao, giving a flavour of what the rest of 2015’s and 2016’s movie release schedules have to offer. Here, she sends us a brief summary of 10 other films she saw which you should keep an eye out for over the coming weeks and months, in order of preference.
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