Armie Hammer, Timothee Chalamet and Florence Pugh at the London Critics’ Circle Film Awards

We were at the London Critics’ Circle Film Awards at London’s May Fair Hotel tonight and stars including Timothee Chalamet, Armie Hammer, Florence Pugh, and Hugh Grant hit the red carpet. See my pics inside!

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My favourite performances of 2017

This is the first time I have done a ‘favourite performances’ end-of-year list, and that’s because there are many which deserve a shoutout. Obviously some have achieved recognition at the awards, but there are plenty which won’t get a look in and I think they should get an honourable mention too.

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My top 10 movies of 2017

A lot of people have been doing their end of year lists since the start of December, but I like to wait a little longer just in case there is a late entry – I thought The Greatest Showman might have made it (it didn’t) – so here are my top 10 films of 2017.

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My top ten films from the BFI London Film Festival (LFF)

The London Film Festival is over for another year! I posted a lot of reviews from LFF over the past two weeks and it’s understandable if you missed some, so I’ve created a handy index with links to all my reviews, starting with my top 10!

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Call Me By Your Name: LFF Film Review

If you liked Luca Guadagnino‘s previous film A Bigger Splash, you’re going to love Call Me By Your Name. It has a very similar feel, same sexual/romantic themes and setting – Brits/Americans living in sun-drenched Europe – but it’s way more satisfying….

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Top Films for October 2017

You know what time it is! Movie preview time! Here’s where I list what I want to see/recommend people check out each month.

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London Film Festival 2017: Ten films I really want to see

There are so many films on the 2017 London Film Festival programme that I’m keen to see and I know I will never see them all.

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Call Me Your Name: Berlinale Film Review

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If you liked Luca Guadagnino’s previous film A Bigger Splash, you’re going to love Call Me By Your Name. It has a very similar feel, same sexual/romantic themes and setting – Brits/Americans living in sun-drenched Europe – but it’s way more satisfying….

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