Editor's Picks

  • The Green-Light | My long, torturous relationship with Trainspotting

    Everyone I’ve spoken to seems to love Trainspotting, and so they should. But twenty-one years after its first release, approximately ten years since my first viewing of it, and two months since my re-watch, why don’t I love it too?
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  • Logan - Trailer 2

    Set in the future of 2024, Logan and Professor Charles Xavier must cope with the loss of the X-Men when a corporation lead by Nathaniel Essex is destroying the world leaving it to destruction, with Logan’s healing abilities slowly fading away and Xavier’s Alzheimer’s forcing him to forget. Logan must defeat Nathaniel Essex with the help of a young girl named Laura Kinney, a female clone of…
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  • Pixar easter egg video reveals that all its films are connected

    Disney-Pixar has revealed that all their films are connected in the same universe.
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    Connected? How about it was just quicker to use an existing rendered image than go create a new one.
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  • Tom Hardy wants James Bond role with Christopher Nolan directing

    Tom Hardy has confirmed his interest in playing James Bond and would love to see Christopher Nolan at the helm.
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Latest Movie News

  • Razzies 2017 - Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice leads the nominations

    The annual Golden Raspberries are just around the corner and today the official list of nominations have been announced and the majority of the titles in the mix will not come as much of a shock to film fans. Leading the way is Zack Snyder’s Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, with the film nominated in the Worst Picture category alongside Dirty Grandpa, starring Robert De Niro and Zac Efron;…
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  • James Cameron to "godfather" new Terminator film

    When Terminator Genisys was released in the summer of 2015, it came prefaced with a strange piece of marketing. Despite mixed reviews, the film did get the thumbs up from James Cameron, creator and director of The Terminator, who praised the film so much that the studio behind the fifth film got Cameron to appear in an “approval” video about just how good it was.

    It was a peculiar thing for…
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  • Box Office: Split unites audiences at the box office

    After a string of critical disappointments, it’s fair to say that Split marks a welcome return to form for writer/director M.Night Shyamalan and audiences have turned out in their droves to send his latest twisty thriller to the top spot at the US box office. (via Box Office Mojo)

    Made for around $10million, the James McAvoy and Anya Taylor-Joy-starrer, went straight to the top of the…
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  • Woody Harrelson on his Lost in London experiment

    Last night saw Academy Award nominee Woody Harrelson debut his one-of-a-kind film Lost In London to film fans across both the US and the UK. The experiment, which saw Harrelson write and direct the meticulously crafted “live film” debuted to favourable reviews but the star said he would never do such a thing again.

    Speaking after the film was shown live across both sides of the Atlantic,…
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Latest Movie Reviews

  • T2 Trainspotting - Review

    Tonally familiar to the original, showing off that same, unique ability to move seamlessly between comedy and tragedy, to be dark in parts, hilarious in others, and in some scenes, both.
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  • xXx: Return of Xander Cage - Review

    Completely ridiculous, with an unwavering commitment to entertainment.
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  • Split - Review

    There’s no denying there is a great film in here, it just needs a more delicate touch when it’s being told.
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  • Jackie - Review

    It’s with some surprise that this is the first time on screen that we have seen any kind of portrayal of the life of Jackie Kennedy Onassis, the wife of legendary President John F. Kennedy. Her life was as fascinating as any of the first ladies seen in US history (perhaps one the most popular) but until now Hollywood hasn’t “come calling”. Now, under the direction of acclaimed director…
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Latest Movie Previews

  • 36 Movies We Can't Wait to See in 2017

    A brand new year is on the horizon along with a batch of new flicks. Here are 36 movies we can’t wait to see in 2017.
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  • Flickcast Episode 6

    In the sixth episode of our weekly podcast, Flickcast, we look at the big releases hitting the US over the festive break.
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  • Flickcast Episode 5

    In the fifth episode of our new weekly podcast, Flickcast, we look at the week in film.
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  • Flickcast Episode 4

    In the fourth episode of our new weekly podcast “Flickcast”, we look at the big trailers and news stories of the week and the upcoming weekend’s releases.
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Latest Movie Features

  • The Green-Light | My long, torturous relationship with Trainspotting

    Everyone I’ve spoken to seems to love Trainspotting, and so they should. But twenty-one years after its first release, approximately ten years since my first viewing of it, and two months since my re-watch, why don’t I love it too?
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  • Danny Boyle and cast discuss the script for T2 Trainspotting

    Members of the cast, director and writers of T2 Trainspotting discuss the evolution of the script of the film, which is out 27th January. In the meantime listen to most of the soundtrack here.
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  • Was it wrong for Joseph Fiennes to play Michael Jackson?

    Seeing how it’s 2017, you’d think that whitewashing would be a thing of the past. Every other week, though, it feels like another news story comes out about whitewashing in the entertainment industry. From Tilda Swinton in Doctor Strange to Scarlett Johansson in Ghost in the Shell, this controversial subject seems to be more relevant now than ever. The latest case is Joseph Fiennes playing…
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    "This past June, though, new evidence surfaced that supported those sexual abuse allegations." There is no new evidence just Radar Online's tabloid junk which the rest of the media copied without fact checking. That police report which the media called new in fact was released in 2006 and was used by Sneddon to build the case against MJ. It was a desperate and ridiculous report where books like Poo Chi and Drew and Jimmy were somehow used to prove that MJ was into little boys or MJ used those art books to groom kids, when no kid even mentioned those books ever. They did not find child porn, child porn is a federal crime if they had found any he would have been charged and convicted, period. Even the DA admitted to the Washington Times that no child porn was found. What they found was adult magazines, more than 70 which Jackson bought for 12 years and all of them were shown in court. The books they cherrypicked from MJ's giant 10 000 strong library were all legal art photography books with some pictures of nude people of all ages, both gender and adult erotic books, nothing illegal and none of them proves in any way that MJ was attracted to little boys. The one thing police did not find in his bedroom was a single picture of a frontal boy nude! The very think they said he was attracted to was not found in his bedroom. So how does this so called new evidence prove that he was sexually abusing boys?
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  • The Green-Light | Rogue One's Greatest Gift

    For real drama to take place, it needs characters to go to extreme places.
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Latest Movie Trailers

  • Golden Exits - Teaser

    An intersectional narrative of two families in Brooklyn and the unraveling of unspoken unhappiness that occurs when a young foreign girl spending time abroad upsets the balance on both sides.
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  • Colossal - Trailer

    A woman discovers that severe catastrophic events are somehow connected to the mental breakdown from which she’s suffering.
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  • Logan - Trailer 2

    Set in the future of 2024, Logan and Professor Charles Xavier must cope with the loss of the X-Men when a corporation lead by Nathaniel Essex is destroying the world leaving it to destruction, with Logan’s healing abilities slowly fading away and Xavier’s Alzheimer’s forcing him to forget. Logan must defeat Nathaniel Essex with the help of a young girl named Laura Kinney, a female clone of…
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  • Power Rangers - Trailer 2

    A group of high-school kids, who are infused with unique superpowers, harness their abilities in order to save the world. Power Rangers is in cinemas 17 March 2017.
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Latest Movie Interviews

  • Moana Interview – Animator Darrin Butters

    Flickreel recently had the opportunity to take part in a roundtable interview with Darrin Butters, who did character animation for Maui in Disney’s Moana.
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  • Lee Child Interview - Jack Reacher: Never Go Back European Premiere (Exclusive)

    Flickreel chats with Lee Child, author of the Jack Reacher series of novels including Jack Reacher: Never Go Back, on the red carpet of the European premiere for the movie.
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  • Don Granger Interview - Jack Reacher: Never Go Back European Premiere (Exclusive)

    Flickreel chats with Don Granger, producer of the Jack Reacher series of films including Jack Reacher: Never Go Back, on the red carpet of the European premiere for the movie.
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  • Edward Zwick Interview - Jack Reacher: Never Go Back European Premiere (Exclusive)

    Flickreel chats with Jack Reacher: Never Go Back co-writer/director, Edward Zwick, on the red carpet of the European premiere for the movie.
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