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Tuesday 21st of November 2017

Take 5 - June

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Nick Funnell selects the best movies to see this month

Robot & Frank (Un amigo para Frank) A gentle sci-fi comedy-drama starring Frank Langella (Frost/Nixon) as a retired jewel thief whose son buys him a robot companion after he starts showing signs of senility. Initially suspicious of his new home help, Frank soon learns he can use him to restart his old career.

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Take 5 - April 2013

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Nick Funnell selects the best movies to see this month

Jack the Giant Slayer (Jack el caza gigantes) Providing confirmation of Hollywood’s plan to pummel us with fairytales as it has also pummeled us with superhero flicks, X-Men director Bryan Singer’s take on Jack and the Beanstalk stars Nicholas Hoult, Ewan McGregor, Ian McShane and Stanley Tucci. Out now

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Take 5 - March 2013

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selects the best movies to see this month

A Good Day to Die Hard (La jungla: Un buen día para morir) How can the same shit happen to the same guy five times? Bruce Willis is back—again—as terrorist-trouncing cop John McClane in this fourth Die Hard sequel, this time helping estranged son Jai Courtney out of a Russian jail and getting mixed up in a planet-threatening plot. Out now

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Take Five - February 2013

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best movies to see this month

Django Unchained (Django desencadenado) Riffing off his beloved spaghetti westerns, Quentin Tarantino returns with this characteristically violent story of freed slave Jamie Foxx rescuing his wife from psychotic plantation owner Leonardo DiCaprio with the aid of German gunslinger Christoph Waltz. Samuel L Jackson plays DiCaprio’s loyal house slave.

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Take Five - January 2013

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Nick Funnell selects the best movies to see this month

Les Misérables The King’s Speech director Tom Hooper adapts the classic West End musical based on French writer Victor Hugo’s doorstop of a novel.

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