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Review: Cringeworthy David Brent brings tragedy to comedy

Matt Adcock reviews David Brent: Life On The Road (15)

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Bryce Dallas Howard as Grace, Wes Bentley as Jack and Oona Laurence as Natalie

Pete’s Dragon review: Family fun in tale of a fiery friendship

Matt Adcock reviews Pete’s Dragon, starring Robert Redford

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Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them. Credit: 2016 WARNER BROS ENTERTAINMENT INC

QUIZ: Can you tell real-world wildlife from Harry Potter’s fantastic beasts?

A new study has found that Britons are struggling to tell their hippogriffs from their hippopotamuses and their kestrels from their thestrals.

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Review: Suicide Squad celebrates the good side of being bad

Review: Suicide Squad celebrates the good side of being bad

Matt Adcock reviews Suicide Squad (15), staring Will Smith and Margot Robbie

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Matt Damon as Jason Bourne

Review: Top action but mixed return for Jason Bourne

Matt Adcock reviews Jason Bourne, starring Matt Damon and Alicia Vikander

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How to Train Your Dragon 2

Weston Favell shopping centre gears up for Movie Madness

Move over Hollywood there is a new, must see movie destination at Weston Favell Shopping Centre.

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Zoe Saldana as Uhura and John Cho as Sulu

Review: Intense thrills with Capt Kirk and crew in Star Trek Beyond

Matt Adock reviews Star Trek Beyond (12A), starring Chris Pine and Zachary Quinto

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Top family films to be shown for free at Daventry Country Park this weekend

Top family films to be shown for free at Daventry Country Park this weekend

Families are invited to bring a picnic and blanket to Daventry Country Park to enjoy family films on the big screen at the weekend.

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Abby (Melissa McCarthy), Erin (Kristen Wiig), Holtzmann (Kate McKinnon) and Patty (Leslie Jones)

Review: Sharp lines but weak plot in Ghostbusters

Matt Adcock reviews Ghostbusters, starring Melissa McCarthy and Kristen Wiig

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Samuel L Jackson and Alexander Skarsgard in Tarzan

Tarzan returns with jaw-dropping fun

Matt Adcock reviews The Legend of Tarzan (12A), starring Alexander Skarsgård and Samuel L Jackson

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What was the most complained about movie last year?

What film triggered the most complaints in 2015?

Violent scenes in one of the year’s blockbuster movies triggered the highest number of complaints to film censors in 2015.

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Jennifer Saunders as Edina Eddy Monsoon and Joanna Lumley as Patsy Stone

Film review: No classic but plenty of laughs with Ab Fab

Matt Adcock reviews Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie

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Absolutely Fabulous

Top films shown in Northampton

July’s film programme at the Errol Flynn Filmhouse will take viewers to exotic locations around the world, from the French Riviera to the Amazon jungle.

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Mamma Mia

Mamma Mia comes to Northamptonshire

East Carlton Country Park is getting ready for a night of Swedish fun with the screening of a musical movie.

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Rebel Wilson, one of the stars as Pitch Perfect

Lakes to screen popular movies

Luna Flix outdoor cinema will be screening two films, one from the 80s and another most recent hit, at Stanwick Lakes.

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Not a film for the faint of heart: The Conjuring 2

Review: Spooky magic with a scary poltergeist tale

Matt Adcock (@Cleric20) reviews The Conjuring 2

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Film review: It’s not worth working for this dismal Boss

Matt Adcock reviews The Boss, starring Melissa McCarthy

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Ryan Gosling as Holland March and Russell Crowe as Jackson Healy

REVIEW: Likeable retro thrills with the Nice Guys

Matt Adcock reviews The Nice Guys (15), starring Ryan Gosling and Russell Crowe

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Life of Brian

Ladies bring beards for movie

People going to a screening of a classic British comedy film will be in for a treat.

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Happy birthday for filmhouse

As Northampton’s Errol Flynn Filmhouse prepares to celebrate its third birthday in June, another great programme of films has been announced for the month ahead.

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