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FILM REVIEW: Wind River @ Tyneside Cinema

ON 20.09.2017

8th September For more Tyneside Cinema listings click here Review by Simon Ramshaw Few writers have had such a buzz surrounding them in recent years like Taylor Sheridan. The 49 year-old actor-turned-writer first came onto the scene with a supporting role on TV’s Sons of Anarchy, but it was his star-making screenplay for Denis Villeneuve’s cartel thriller Sicario that… View Article

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FILM REVIEW: Detroit @ Tyneside Cinema

ON 11.09.2017

28th August For more Tyneside Cinema listings, click here. Review by Emma Allsopp. A few days ago, I managed to see Kathryn Bigelow’s new film Detroit. I was hugely excited due to her previous success with the Oscar-winning The Hurt Locker (2008) and Oscar-nominated Zero Dark Thirty (2012). This time Bigelow was tackling another hard-hitting… View Article

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FILM REVIEW: National Theatre Live – Angels in America: Millenium Approaches @ Tyneside Cinema

FILM REVIEW: Baby Driver @ Tyneside Cinema

FILM REVIEW: National Theatre Live: Salome @ Tyneside Cinema

FILM REVIEW: Berlin Syndrome @ Tyneside Cinema

FILM REVIEW: Alien: Covenant @ Tyneside Cinema

FILM REVIEW: The Levelling @ Tyneside Cinema

FILM REVIEW: Mindhorn @ Tyneside Cinema

FILM REVIEW: Mad Max: Fury Road (Black & Chrome Edition) @ Tyneside Cinema

FEATURE: Everybody Loves But I Hate…Soap Operas

FILM REVIEW: Elle @ Tyneside Cinema

FILM REVIEW: Beauty and the Beast @ Tyneside Cinema


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