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Great action sequences are given priority over character development, but Iron Man, Thor, Dr Strange and the gang are all back for a whole lot of fun
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certified copy_L
Iranian director Abbas Kiarostami's first feature-length film, Certified Copy, is not so much an ode to marriage, but a tantalising glimpse of its falsehood...
london boulevard_L
Moody crime drama London Boulevard follows Mitch (Collin Farrell), an ex-gangster newly released from prison who falls in love with a reclusive movie star Charlotte...
the bonds of frd_L
Borrowing takes on a whole new meaning when it refers to a person, as is the case in the Hilary Swank-produced rom-com, Something Borrowed...
there's always next time_L
The Green Lantern is a latecomer to Hollywood. With monster titles from Marvel- most recently Thor and X-Men: First Class - DC Comics needs to step it up...
A drawn-out lesson of a movie _L
Historical biopics can sometimes drown you with facts. Fortunately, The Conspirator spares us a densely packed history lesson...
An old-school teen romp _L
Trailers can be misleading. They often highlight the best parts of a film at the expense of burying the true essence of it. Case in point: Super 8...
Not much of a dilemma_L
At the heart of Ron Howard's The Dilemma is, well, a dilemma. What do you do if you discover your best friend's sweetheart hasn't been entirely faithful?
prequel first class_L
With prequels, the joy comes from piecing together the back story. And with such a big back catalogue, X-Men: First Class has the makings of a superlative film...
Awkwardness in the morning _L
It is possible for workaholics to be interesting and even entertaining. But basing Morning Glory on an overworked, socially inept 30-something won't win any awards for originality...
Oliver's unreliable memoirs_L
Based on Joe Dunthorne's novel of the same name, Submarine is told through the eyes of 15-year-old Oliver Tate (Craig Roberts)...