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Film review: Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows

“Unlike you, I repress nothing,” quips Sherlock Holmes (Robert Downey Jr) at one point in Guy Ritchie’s follow-up to his comic-book restyling of Arthur Conan Doyle’s iconic literary creation.

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Film review: New Year’s Eve (12A)

‘I’M SORRY for the bad things I’ve done,” groans Robert De Niro. More than Little Fockers, Righteous Kill or Bullwinkle And Rocky, he must be talking about New Year’s Eve, an excruciating rom-com that propounds the same forced bonhomie and fake exuberance of the event itself.

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Review: Puss in Boots (TBC)

Unburdened of the smugness of the Shrek films that spawned him, Puss gets a chance to pinball around a confusing yet entertaining mishmash of fairytale fun

Film review: In Time

It’s perhaps the perfect time for a film about corrupt elites perpetuating poverty, but this confused sci-fi allegory, which is utterly lacking in urgency, isn’t it

Film reviews: Machine Gun Preacher | Weekend | Straw Dogs | Tower Heist | Snow Flower and the Secret Fan | Jack Goes Boating

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Film review: Footloose

By no means a classic, the original Kevin Bacon vehicle was at least made with passion and originality, but this too-faithful remake doesn’t have anything to justify it

Film review: Midnight in Paris

Owen Wilson is so utterly unlike his nebbish director that even a slightly rehashed time-travelling theme and lectures on nostalgia can’t spoil this enjoyable film

Film reviews: Tyrannosaur | Johnny English: Reborn | Perfect Sense | The Three Musketeers

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Film review: The Tree of Life

THE TREE OF LIFE ****

Film review: We Need to Talk About Kevin

We Need to Talk About Kevin ***** Directed by Lynne Ramsay Starring: John C Reilly, Tilda Swinton, Ezra Miller

Film review: Attack the Block

In his debut feature Joe Cornish cannily walks a fine line to give both young and old audiences their own perspective on a surprisingly ruthless horror comedy

Film reviews: The Way | Take Me Home Tonight | Red Hill | Outside the Law | How I Ended This Summer

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DVD reviews: The Next Three Days | Biutiful

The Next Three Days Lionsgate, £17.99

Film review: Midnight in Paris

Midnight in Paris *** Directed by Woody Allen starring: Owen Wilson, Rachel McAdams, Adrien Brody, Carla Bruni

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DVD reviews: The Green Hornet | Dobermann

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Film review: Thor

The latest Marvel hero to smash into cinemas, Thor may have a daft story but he benefits from surprisingly appropriate direction and the cast's charm offensive

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