British films

On the run in Kandahar Break

The key to many a good movie is to have a really bad baddie. If you've seen The Kite Runner, you'll know that the Taliban make great baddies. After all, the years they ruled Afghanistan in the late 90s earned them the reputation for being one one of the nastiest regimes in the world. Kandahar Break takes...

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New British gangster film Baseline bursts out of the East End

New British gangster film Baseline bursts out of the East End

It's not often that you watch a gangster movie that actually looks like it might have been made by members of the criminal underground. Baseline, a new, low-budget British film, has that feel. Menace and threat simply ooze from the screen. The actors are believably authentic - a benefit of the film makers not...

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The Descent 2

Since this sequel starts off exactly where The Descent left things, there’s no point sitting through it unless you enjoyed the first instalment. However, luckily for Brit film company Celador, plenty of punters did just that, so The Descent 2 is just as likely to be a hit – and not just in the surprise way...

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Is Anybody There?

Micheal Caine can't exactly pick the scripts like he used to, but he must've still thought he was onto a good one here... Although 2007's Boy A went straight to TV, the feature-length show was lauded a critical success, which means the big screen follow-up of director John Crowley has been highly anticipated. The...

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Awaydays

Finally, after more than ten years in the making, Kevin Sampson’s bestselling novel arrives on the big screen. And fans of the book won’t be disappointed – the best things come to those who wait, after all. Set in 1979, the film follows the tale of Paul Carty (played by Nicky Bell) – a disillusioned...

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