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  • Limbo

    DIRECTOR: Ben Sharrock
    CAST: Amir El-Masry, Vikash Bhai & Ola Orebiyi
    Syrian refugees have just arrived on a small Scottish island where they seek asylum. Among them is the young musician Omar who has brought with him an oud that belonged to his grandfather. Separated from his family and awaiting his asylum request, Omar tries to make the best of his situation in this wryly comedic and tender take on the refugee experience. Written and directed by Ben Sharrock, this mixture of comedy and drama stars Amir El-Masry, Vikash Bhai, Ola Orebiyi, Kwabena Ansah, Kenneth Collard, Kais Nashef, and Sidse Babett Knudsen. Read more
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  • Perfect 10

    DIRECTOR: Eva Riley
    CAST: Frankie Box, Alfie Deegan & Billy Mogford
    Leigh (Frankie Box) is a talented teenager for being an aspiring gymnast. Despite living on the outskirts of Brighton with her her less encouraging father, she still works hard on her gymnastics to prove herself in an upcoming competition. Her life takes an unexpected turn, however, with the arrival of an older half-brother she never knew she had. She soon finds that she doesn’t lead such a lonely life with someone bringing a bit of energy and joy to her otherwise grinding life of isolated accomplishments. Read more
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  • Surge

    DIRECTOR: Aneil Karia
    CAST: Ben Whishaw, Ellie Haddington & Ian Gelder
    Joseph (Ben Whishaw of Paddington fame) is a man seeking to prove himself by doing whatever is necessary to fight for his self-liberation. Doing so means he’ll have to go on bold journey throughout London over the course of 24 hours. But can he achieve such a goal in such a short amount of time? This exciting thriller comes from director Aneil Karia and additionally stars Ellie Haddington (Ordinary Lies), Ian Gelder (Game of Thrones), and Jasmine Jobson (Top Boy). Read more
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  • Twist

    DIRECTOR: Martin Owen
    CAST: Raff Law, Michael Caine & Lena Headey
    Charles Dickens' classic novel of Oliver Twist is given a modern makeover in this engaging crime drama directed by Martin Owen. Oliver is an orphan who finds it hard to make his way in the world until a slew of misfits take him to teach him how crime can pay. But for how long can a kid continue on with such a racket. This updated rendition of the Dickens’ story features a cast that includes Rafferty Law, Michael Caine, Lena Headey, Rita Ora, and Sophie Simnett. Read more
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  • Six Minutes to Midnight

    DIRECTOR: Sarah Townsend
    CAST: Judi Dench, James D'Arcy & Jim Broadbent
    In the summer of 1939, various families occupying Nazi Germany seek to expand their reign to other nations via their children. For this plan, they send their daughters off to an English finishing school to act as socialist ambassadors. Although a teacher does take notice of what’s going on, it may be too late as nobody will believe him. This period piece drama comes from director Andy Goddard with a co-writing credit from Eddie Izzard Read more
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2020, 2019, 2018, 2017 and the 2010's best rated British movies out on DVD, Bluray or streaming on VOD (Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hulu, Disney+ & More).
  • Rocks

    DIRECTOR: Sarah Gavron
    CAST: Bukky Bakray, Kosar Ali & D'angelou Osei Kissiedu
    Olushola (Bukky Bakray), also known as Rocks, is having a tough time as a teeanger with the burdens placed on her shoulders. Since her mother abandons her and her brother Emmanuel (D’angelou Osei Kissiedu), she finds herself struggling on the streets of London. But thanks to some loyal friends, they may just make it on the streets as they try to avoid being taken in by the cops and surviving another day in this bittersweet coming-of-age drama from director Sarah Gavron (Suffragette). Read more
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  • Sorry We Missed You

    DIRECTOR: Ken Loach
    CAST: Kris Hitchen, Debbie Honeywood & Rhys Stone
    Ken Loach is back with a new film after the highly successful 'I, Daniel Blake'. 'Sorry We Missed You' is another gripping social-realist tale about a parcel delivery driver who has trouble keeping his head above water in the so-called 'gig economy'. Read more
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  • Eternal Beauty

    DIRECTOR: Craig Roberts
    CAST: Sally Hawkins, Alice Lowe & David Thewlis
    Aspiring model Jane suffers a great mental blow when she loses an important beauty contest. 20 years later, she is still suffering from schizophrenia and other mental problems. When she meets the eccentric musician Mike online, she finally connects with someone again. Read more
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  • Tolkien

    DIRECTOR: Dome Karukoski
    CAST: Lily Collins, Mimi Keene, Nicholas Hoult, Pam Ferris
    With so many biopics about famous writers being released lately, it was about time a proper movie about the father of 'Lord of the Rings' universe was being made. 'Tolkien', which stars Nicolas Hault, focusses on the formative years of the young writer. Read more
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  • Beats

    DIRECTOR: Brian Welsh
    CAST: Laura Fraser, Amy Manson, Gemma McElhinney, Kevin Mains
    A movie in black and white about a bunch of teenagers discovering rave culture in 1990's Scotland. Somewhere between 'Trainspotting' and 'Kids'. Read more
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  • Peterloo

    DIRECTOR: Mike Leigh
    CAST: Maxine Peake, Rory Kinnear, David Bamber
    On 16 august 1819, 80.000 demonstrators gathered in Manchester, demanding political reforms. A film about the Peterloo Massacre. Read more
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  • On Chesil Beach

    DIRECTOR: Dominic Cooke
    CAST: Saoirse Ronan, Emily Watson, Samuel West
    Based on Ian McEwan eponymous novella from 2007, 'On Chesil Beach' tells the story of a young couple on their honeymoon in 1962. Their future looks promising, but it soon becomes clear that both are held back by their fears of intimate relationships. A stylish and somewhat moody drama. Read more
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    RATING: 82/100
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  • I, Daniel Blake

    DIRECTOR: Ken Loach
    CAST: Dave Johns Hayley Squires Sharon Percy
    With 'I, Daniel Blake', social-realist director Ken Loach won his second Palm D'Or last spring. And deservedly so; 'Daniel Blake' is a heartfelt and poignant film about the hardships that fall upon the incapacitated in the UK. Read more
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    RATING: 80/100
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  • Light Years

    DIRECTOR: Esther May Campbell
    CAST: Sophie Burton James Stuckey Mike Wright
    A charming, little coming of age film about a young girl trying to reunite her estranged family during a hot summer day. A dreamy and visually overwhelming debut. We're very much looking forward to what director Esther Campbell will do next! Read more
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    RATING: 63/100
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  • Bridget Jones’s Baby

    DIRECTOR: Sharon Maguire
    CAST: Renée Zellweger Gemma Jones Jim Broadbent
    Expectations were low, but 'Bridget Jones's baby' is truly a triumphant return. Older, but definitely not wiser, in this part our heroine gets knocked up. But by whom? Read more
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    RATING: 67/100
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  • Sightseers

    DIRECTOR: Ben Wheatley
    CAST: Alice Lowe Kenneth Hadley Steve Oram
    Even though Wheatly is still a new kid on the block in English cinema, it feels he’s already an established name. Given the years he has been active as a film maker, his output has been quite high. Which is a good thing, because his dark yet fresh films are quite something. We could easily have chosen any of his other features from the 2010’s, but picked Sightseers, as it embodies what Wheatley stands for the best. A darkly humourous, twisted film about a seemingly ordinary couple in a camper on a rampage through England. Please make sure to check his other films too! Read more
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    RATING: 65/100
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  • Under the Skin

    DIRECTOR: Jonathan Glazer
    CAST: Scarlett Johansson Jeremy McWilliams Lynsey Taylor Mackay
    In 2004, Jonathan Glazer directed Birth, a reincarnation drama with Nicole Kidman which was met with mixed results. For years it was silent around Glazer, up to a point where it wasn’t clear whether he would ever shoot a movie again. Thank God he did. Under the Skin, which stars Scarlett Johansson in probably her most interesting role since Lost in Translation, is a small cinematic wonder. Johansson plays an alien seductress who preys on men in Scotland. Under the Skin is sexy, enigmatic and visually overwhelming. Please, make sure to watch this one on a big screen. Comparisons have been drawn to Stanley Kubricks’ work, which for once isn’t an overstatement. One of the more innovative and best British films of the last few years. Read more
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    RATING: 63/100
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  • The Double

    DIRECTOR: Richard Ayoade
    CAST: Jesse Eisenberg Mia Wasikowska Wallace Shawn
    Again Richard Ayoade. Well, you could easily say he’s our favorite new British director. With The Double, which is loosely based on Dostoyevski’s famous novella,he’s in for something entirely different than Submarine. The result is daring and fascinating and ultimately better. Jesse Eisenberg, who is going through somewhat of a renaissance after a few disappointing roles, is Simon James, a colorless employee of a nondescript Soviet-like workstation. The events take a surprising turn when all of a sudden his doppelgänger, James Simon (played by Eisenberg as well) shows up. James is his, however, his opposite in literally everything, which makes Simons’ life even harder than it already was. The Double is both visually stunning and dazzling story-wise. A British film for which the word ‘kafka-esque’ seemed to be invented. Read more
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    RATING: 65/100
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  • Locke

    DIRECTOR: Steven Knight
    CAST: Tom Hardy Olivia Colman Ruth Wilson
    Locke isn’t the first film that takes entirely place in a single space. Recently we’ve seen Buried (a coffin) and All is Lost (a yacht). In Locke, we follow Tom Hardy in a power house role as Ivan Locke, a construction foreman determined to come to terms with something he did in the recent past. The entire film takes place in a car and the only thing we see and hear is Locke making phone calls via his speakers which unravels his recent past and his current plan bit by bit to the viewer. A single location film is always tricky, as it either becomes a gimmick or just plain boring. Stephen Knights’ clever and economically written script however, makes this British film a standout in the subgenre. Read more
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    RATING: 71/100
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  • Philomena

    DIRECTOR: Stephen Frears
    CAST: Judi Dench Steve Coogan Sophie Kennedy Clark
    Philomena stole the hearts of many last year. At one point, it even seemed to have a serious chance at winning the Best Foreign Film oscar. It didn’t, which is a good thing, considering the films it was competing with. Still, Philomena is a really enjoyable and moving film. Steve Coogan, who seems to become a better actor every year, is brilliant as a cocky politician turned journalist who’s determined to unravel a simple Irishwoman’s (even more brilliantly and atypically portrayed by Judi Dench) past. Read more
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    RATING: 76/100
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  • Shell

    DIRECTOR: Scott Graham
    CAST: Chloe Pirrie Michael Smiley Joseph Mawle
    Out of nowhere came Scott Graham, a young and very promising Scottish director. Shell is a small, intimate coming of age story about a girl who lives with her lonely, surly father in a secluded area somewhere in the Scottish Highlands. They own a gas station and the passing drivers are about the only people who connect her to the world outside theirs. Dialogues are sparse in this film, as father and daughter merely communicate without talking, fastknit but opressive as their relationship has grown. Read more
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    RATING: 64/100
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  • The Woman in Black

    DIRECTOR: James Watkins
    CAST: Daniel Radcliffe Janet McTeer Ciarán Hinds
    Nobody seemed to expect much of Daniel Radcliffe’s acting skills upon finishing the Harry Potter series. In The Woman in Black, he proved he is pretty solid and he actually keeps on proving it in all the latest features he is in. The Woman in Black (produced by legendary horror company Hammer!) is a nice, old-fashioned haunted house tale about a young widowed lawyer who has to arrange the sale of an old house, located on a remote island. This film doesn’t really offer anything new, but James Watkins’ atmospheric gothic flick proves that a horror film full of cliches and archetypes can still be scary as hell. Read more
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    RATING: 64/100
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  • Ginger & Rosa

    DIRECTOR: Sally Potter
    CAST: Elle Fanning Alice Englert Annette Bening
    There are a few pretty good films out there that show that the free (sexual) spirit of the sixties and seventies wasn’t always that great, like Lukas Moodyssons’ Together (2000) and Dorotheé van den Berghe’s My Queen Karo (2009). Ginger & Rosa is one of those films too. Elle Fanning impressively plays a young girl whose world is turned upside down when her best friend is starting an affair with her father. The film starts out as a mediocre coming of age film, but soon evolves into a poignant portrait of a time in which intellectuals could use the free spirit for their own benefits. Read more
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    RATING: 63/100
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  • Broken

    DIRECTOR: Rufus Norris
    CAST: Charlie Booty Lily James Tim Roth
    And yet another debut. And again a book adaptation; family drama film Broken is loosely based on Harper Lee’s masterpiece To Kill a Mockingbird. Broken‘s tone is a lot darker, but it shares the book’s core. Skunk is an eleven year old girl who, like in so many coming of age stories, loses her innocence during a summer, after she’s confronted with a fair amount of injustice. Director Norris succeeds wonderfully in translating a classic Southern Gothic tale to a modern day story in England, but the films’ greatest asset is young Eloise Laurence, who portrays Skunk in such a nuanced way. Read more
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    RATING: 73/100
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  • Weekend

    DIRECTOR: Andrew Haigh
    CAST: Tom Cullen Chris New Jonathan Race
    We already discussed this one earlier, but Weekend is simply too good to leave it out here. The set up is simple and brilliantly effective. Two gay guys meet each other and fall in love over the course of a weekend. Russell is an introvert guy, who still hasn’t completely come to terms with his sexuality while Glen is outgoing and slightly rebellious, but somehow the chemistry is enormous. The sad thing is however, Glen leaves for the United States after the weekend. Weekend is achingly beautiful and provokes a feeling so strong you can almost taste it. Read more
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    RATING: 77/100
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  • Wuthering Heights

    DIRECTOR: Andrea Arnold
    CAST: Kaya Scodelario James Howson Solomon Glave
    Andrea Arnold left her mark with her previous efforts Red Road (2007) and Fish Tank (2009). Wurthering Heights, a remarkable take on the well known and often adapted book is something different, while at the same time Arnold maintains her distinctive raw and poetic style, reminiscent of Terence Malick’s best work. It’s daring how she made a so often told story her own. A refreshing little gem amongst that endless list of well crafted but often boring Brontë and Austen adaptations. Read more
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    RATING: 61/100
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  • Never Let Me Go

    DIRECTOR: Mark Romanek
    CAST: Keira Knightley Carey Mulligan Andrew Garfield
    ‘Read the book first’, is what people always say when you’re about to watch an adaptation of a novel. I’m not quite sure if that goes for British-Japanese novelist Kazuo Ishiguro’s works too, as Remains of the Day is a much better film than a book. Never Let Me Go, based on a Ishiguro novel too, is quite impressive, which makes me wonder how much I’ll like the book. It’s a dystopian romance story, set in a boarding school in an alternate time. It would be a waste to spoil the unexpected twist in the plot, but lets say it gives you a clear idea of the horrific ‘side effects’ of cloning. Read more
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    RATING: 72/100
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  • Tyrannosaur

    DIRECTOR: Paddy Considine
    CAST: Peter Mullan Archie Lal Jag Sanghera
    Another promising debut film marking a bright future for British cinema. Tyrannosaur can be placed in a long English tradition of social-realist drama, the films Ken Loach and his followers have patented. It tells the unlikely story of Joseph, a lower class widower with some serious anger issues and Hannah, a devote Christian who has her domestic problems of her own. Both wounded souls in their own respect, Joseph and Hannah find comfort in each others’ company. Considine shows that these typical raw British lower class stories never wear out, providing that you tell them craftfully. Read more
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    RATING: 76/100
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  • Submarine

    DIRECTOR: Richard Ayoade
    CAST: Craig Roberts Sally Hawkins Paddy Considine
    Before directing his debut film Submarine, Richard Ayoade was a recognisable face in Britain already, albeit as an actor. He was part of the cast of popular cult comedy series The Mighty Boosh and The IT crowd, which made his directorial debut all the more anticipated. Submarine, an adaptation of the novel with the same name is an excellent, off beat coming of age dramedy about a young Welsh boy who’s destined to lose his virginity and to save his parents’ marriage. Arctic Monkey’s frontman Alex Turner was asked to write an original score for the film, which lifts the film to an even higher level. Read more
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    RATING: 73/100
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  • Another Year

    DIRECTOR: Mike Leigh
    CAST: Jim Broadbent Ruth Sheen Lesley Manville
    Mike Leigh is certainly no stranger to directing honest films, inhabited by utterly real people. At the centre of Another Year is an elderly couple blessed with a large circle of friends. Friends with all sort of problems, who all, to a greater or lesser extent depend on them. You don’t need to expect big plot twists here. Another Year follows a group of friends in the autumn of their lives during four seasons. Nice things happen, awful things happen. There aren’t that much directors, however, who are able to make that worth your while. Another impressive achievement by one of England’s most beloved directors. Read more
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    RATING: 73/100
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  • King Arthur: Legend of the Sword

    DIRECTOR: Guy Ritchie
    CAST: Charlie Hunnam Hermione Corfield Katie McGrath
    Brilliant British filmmaker Guy Ritchie (Snatch, Lock Stock) took on the job of directing an adaptation of Shakespeare legendary epic. Sounds interesting, even more so because with this project, Ritchie seems to move away from his comfort zone. Read more
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    RATING: 78/100
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  • The Levelling

    DIRECTOR: Hope Dickson Leach
    CAST: Ellie Kendrick David Troughton Jack Holden
    This debut feature film about a young vet (Ellie Kendrick, Game of Thrones) returning to the village of her childhood after the tragic death of her brother stirred critics and audiences alike at several festivals. Shot in the flat, bleak surroundings of Somerset, this story about neglected family ties in an unforgiving rural setting is easily one of the best movies in 2017. Read more
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    RATING: 88/100
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  • Beast

    DIRECTOR: Michael Pearce
    CAST: Jessie Buckley, Johnny Flynn, Geraldine James, Olwen Fouéré
    A troubled woman living in an isolated community finds herself pulled between the control of her oppressive family and the allure of a secretive outsider suspected of a series of brutal murders. Read more
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  • In Fabric

    DIRECTOR: Peter Strickland
    CAST: Gwendoline Christie Sidse Babett Knudsen Marianne Jean-Baptiste
    A cursed dress is being passed on from customer to customer, with fatal consequences. Read more
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    RATING: 85/100
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  • God’s Own Country

    DIRECTOR: Francis Lee
    CAST: Josh O'Connor Alec Secareanu Gemma Jones
    A beautiful gay romance between a tough young farmer from the north of England and a shy, Romanian migrant worker. Read more
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    RATING: 77/100
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