Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri (2017). Film review of the satire starring Frances McDormand.

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Film review by Claire Durrant of Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri, the comedy starring Frances McDormand about a mother who takes action when the police fail to progress an investigation into her daughter’s murder.

Comedy

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War On Everyone (2016). An over-hyped film, read my review for why I’m not raving about this comedy.

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Film review of War On Everyone, a comedy about two corrupt policemen (Michael Pena and Alexander Skarsgard) who may have bitten off more than chew when they take on a criminal British Lord (Theo James). Written and directed by John Michael McDonagh.

2stars - Fair/passes the time

 


Comedy

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The Nice Guys (2016) – we gave 5 stars to this cop film. Read on for why you need to see it

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Film review by Claire Durrant of the buddy cop movie between two private investigators who are hired to find a missing girl. Starring Russell Crowe and Ryan Gosling.

Director: Shane Black. 116 mins. Misty Mountains/Silver Pictures/Waypoint et al. (18)

Crime

5stars Excellent genius a classic

 

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Zootropolis (2016). Do you want a deep, awesome Disney film? Read our review for more.

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Film review, by Claire Durrant, of the latest Disney animated film, that depicts an animal metropolis and the anthropomorphic inhabitants that live within it.

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Directors: Byron Howard, Rich Moore. (108mins). Walt Disney Pictures. (PG)

Animation

5stars Excellent genius a classic

 
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Cop Car (2015)

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Our reviewer in…Maysa Moncao has just seen the police thriller Cop Car starring Kevin Bacon and looks at what makes a ‘cop’ film.

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After a screening at Sundance Festival at the beginning of this year, Cop Car has now been launched in the USA. When I received the invitation for the preview in New York, I took a glance at the trailer in order to have some idea why Kevin Bacon would be involved in a project where he plays a cop.

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