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It took me a while to discover the wonderful world of cinema, but once I did, everything just fell into place.

SWEET VIRGINIA: A Gripping Thriller That Should Have Been Longer

Sweet Virginia is a gripping, atmospheric movie, with stellar acting and a characterful script who's only fault is it is not long enough.

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PORTO: Visually Beautiful, Otherwise Empty

While lovely looking and with great performances, Porto 's characters are so underwritten it is hard to connect with them or understand them.

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BITCH: Bold, Hopeful & Fiercely Entertaining

Bitch is an energizing study of a deep-rooted societal problem told with boldness and a healthy scoop of humor.

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RODENTS OF UNUSUAL SIZE: A Tale Of Rats & Resilience

Rodents Of Unusual Size is a lesson in just how much a canny filmmaker can fit into a documentary that's barely an hour long.

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SUCK IT UP: Clichéd And Generic

Suck It Up admirably attempts to tell a story with flawed women at its centre, yet sadly falls back on clichés and stereotypes at

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MAYA DARDEL: A Difficult Film About A Difficult Woman

Whilst it has many problems, Maya Dardel is a prickly, contentious and fascinating film that knows with absolute certainty what it is.

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CRASH PAD: A Strange Choice For Domhnall Gleeson

While neither boring or a laugh-riot, Crash Pad is a perfectly fine and forgettable way to pass ninety minutes.

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BFI LONDON FILM FESTIVAL Week 5: The End Of The Festival

In this final report, the Film Inquiry team sums up their last film-watching experiences of the BFI London Film Festival.

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BFI LONDON FILM FESTIVAL Week 4: The Year's Best Movies?

We report from BFI London Film Festivals with reviews of The Party, Loving Vincent, Brawl on Cell Block 99 and many more.

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BFI LONDON FILM FESTIVAL Week 4: The Year's Best Movies?

Chloe, Alistair and Ryan report from BFI London Film Festival, reviewing films Wonderstruck, Pickups, Breathe and many more!

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