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Rating: 3.5

Tense thriller pays off with acting and action

A showcase of nuanced performances, <i>The Debt</i> is an intriguing, tense thriller that explores the value of truth.


Rating: 4.5

Pitt hits the ball out of the park

<i>Moneyball</i> is a baseball movie that is not about obvious success, but rather a deeper victory, throwing Brad Pitt possibly his best ball ever.


Rating: 4.5

Pitt hits the ball out of the park

<i>Moneyball</i> is a baseball movie that is not about obvious success, but rather a deeper victory, throwing Brad Pitt possibly his best ball ever.


Rating: 3.0

Shakespeare or not Shakespeare, that is the question

<i>Anonymous</i> is earnest, high-camp and regularly ridiculous, but it's also a fun and gripping adventure for lovers of stagecraft or Tudor mystery.


Rating: 2.0

Don't be afraid of nothin'

<em>Don't Be Afraid of the Dark</em> ticks all the right boxes for a spooky horror film. It succeeds in its artistic vision but fails to frighten.


Rating: 2.0

I don't know why it's 90 minutes long

SJP juggles work, family and marital responsibilities in a movie that's more sitcom than rom-com.


Rating: 2.0

I don't know why it's 90 minutes long

SJP juggles work, family and marital responsibilities in a movie that's more sitcom than rom-com.


Rating: 3.0

Some family values on the side?

Light and funny, <i>Our Idiot Brother</i> is an easy watch thanks to well-shaped, realistic characters and an entertaining story with moral fibre.


Rating: 3.5

Timberlake's time to shine

Justin Timberlake comes into his own as an assured leading man, a kind of Robin Hood figure stealing from the rich to give to the time-poor.



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