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Month: December 2015

Our Most Anticipated Films of 2016

Hopefully you’ve had time to peruse our Best of 2015 rundowns (Part One and Part Two), but now that we’ve officially reached 2016 it’s time to present some of the film we’re most looking forward to seeing in the following twelve months. Rather than present an enormous list of upcoming releases (75 is probably a bit of a stretch […]

Film Review: The Force Awakens

★★★★★ “Chewie, we’re home” states Han Solo as he reunites with the Millennium Falcon, at the same time neatly summing up JJ Abrams’ seventh episode in cinema’s most enduring mythology, Star Wars: The Force Awakens (2015). They’re important not only because they provide expectant hordes with a first glimpse of a craggy Solo (Harrison Ford), or because they tug […]

Film Review: The 33

  ★★★☆☆ In an age of minute-by-minute global news coverage, Twitter feeds and anchors can be heard the frantic tapping of a screenwriter’s laptop keys. Five years have passed since the collapse of an Atacama Desert mine trapped 32 Chileans and one Bolivian underground for 69 days and it is perhaps surprising that the film world did not latch […]

The Best Films of 2015: Part Two (10-1)

Welcome to our rundown of the top ten films of 2015. To see the various cinematic delights that comprised the remainder of our top twenty, you can check out our first post here. We’d also like to take the time to shout out to the likes of The Good Dinosaur, Whiplash, Ex Machina, American Sniper, John Wick, Mommy and […]

The Best Films of 2015: Part One (20-11)

It’s that time of year again where we cast our eyes back and reflect on what we’ve done. As is customary, the CineVue team has taken the opportunity to cogitate on the cinematic delights of the past twelve months. Although we’re a UK-based blog, we pride ourselves on our festival coverage and as such have decided to allow any […]