Graeme Virtue

‘At Eternity’s Gate’: You’ll emerge from the cinema looking at the world anew
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‘At Eternity’s Gate’: You’ll emerge from the cinema looking at the world anew

‘Border’ review – bleak Scandi fable finds beauty in the eye of the beholder
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‘Border’ review – bleak Scandi fable finds beauty in the eye of the beholder

‘Instant Family’ review – serious message movie dressed in comedy clown shoes
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‘Instant Family’ review – serious message movie dressed in comedy clown shoes

‘Vice’ review – enthusiastically disrespectful biopic of tricky Dick Cheney
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‘Vice’ review – enthusiastically disrespectful biopic of tricky Dick Cheney

Laughs on tap: ‘Stan & Ollie’ proves Steve Coogan’s certainly no lightweight
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Laughs on tap: ‘Stan & Ollie’ proves Steve Coogan’s certainly no lightweight

There’s more to Christmas than It’s A Wonderful Life, Die Hard and Home Alone
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There’s more to Christmas than It’s A Wonderful Life, Die Hard and Home Alone

‘The Old Man & The Gun’ – the sun goes down in style for the Sundance Kid
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‘The Old Man & The Gun’ – the sun goes down in style for the Sundance Kid

‘The Girl In The Spider’s Web’ – Lisbeth Salander reloaded for troubled times
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‘The Girl In The Spider’s Web’ – Lisbeth Salander reloaded for troubled times

Jamie Lee Curtis is back for ‘Halloween’, so how about a ‘Blue Steel’ sequel?
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Jamie Lee Curtis is back for ‘Halloween’, so how about a ‘Blue Steel’ sequel?

John Carpenter’s satirical horror ‘They Live’ looks scarily prescient today
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John Carpenter’s satirical horror ‘They Live’ looks scarily prescient today