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14th February, 2013
ANNA KARENINA Tom Stoppard’s brilliant screenplay is fleshed out by such excellent directing, production design and supporting actors that even Keira Knightley, tightly clenched as Tolstoy’s tragic Anna, can’t drag the film down. 4/5 HITCHCOCK Two fine performances with nowhere to go. Anthony Hopkins is the master of suspense, Helen Mirren is his wife, and Sacha Gervasi is the director who renders them yawn-worthy. 3/5 LINCOLN A far more intimate and tightly focused study of the great American ...

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