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Review: Twelfth Night--NT Live ****

Michael Cox reviews 'a very enjoyable staging of one of Shakespeare's best comedies'.

Cinema Review: Louder Than Bombs ***

Amy Taylor reviews a film 'with some stunning imagery, but little else'.

Cinema Review: Glasgow Film Festival roundup

Michael Cox reviews Hitchcock/Truffaut, One Floor Below and Where Do We Go From Here?

Cinema Review: The Colours of the Alphabet ****

Amy Taylor reviews a 'poignant, touching and very amusing' film.

Cinema Review: Land and Shade ****

Amy Taylor reviews 'a stunning debut' that is 'a must see'.

Cinema Review: Sing Street ****

Michael Cox reviews a film with 'pluck and charm to spare'.

Cinema Review: Miles Ahead ***

Michael Cox reviews Don Cheadle's film that looks at the life and music of Miles Davis.

Cinema Review: Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? *****

Michael Cox reviews a classic which is being screened as part of this year's Glasgow Film Festival.

Cinema Review: Altered States

Michael Cox reviews Matchbox Cineclub's recent screening, part of this year's Glasgow Film Festival.

Cinema Review: Guilty ****

Michael Cox reviews a film that's 'gripping, moving and filled with convincing performances'.

Theatre Review: The Winter's Tale ****

Michael Cox reviews 'a commendable production' that is currently being screened throughout Britain.

Review: Phil Collins--Tomorrow is Always Too Long *****

Lorna Irvine reviews 'a masterpiece'.

Cinema Review: Amy ***

Lorna Irvine reviews a documentary that is 'by turns illuminating and frustrating in equal measure'.

Cinema Review: Slow West ****

Lorna Irvine reviews a 'languid and beautiful, unsettling' film.

Cinema Review: Mr Holmes ****

Lorna Irvine reviews a 'charming, verdant yet melancholic film'.

Cinema Review: Queen and Country ***

Lorna Irvine reviews a film with great moments and performances but weak depictions of women.

Cinema Review: Daisies (Sedmikrasky) ***

Lorna Irvine reviews 'an enormously enjoyable satire' that perhaps overstays its welcome.

Cinema Review: F for Fake ***

Lorna Irvine reviews a flawed film that's 'good fun and lovingly made'.

Class Act: The Breakfast Club at 30

Lorna Irvine reflects on an iconic film.

Cinema Review: A Pigeon Sat on a Branch Reflecting on Existence (12A) ****

Lorna Irvine reviews 'a brilliant, unique film'.

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