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Magic moments: Guy Ritchie's King Arthur film ain't 'arf bad

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IF YOU'VE ever wondered what semi-mythical hero King Arthur would be like as a hulking mixed-martial-arts-trained 'geezer' with mystical powers – and, let's face it, who hasn't? – director Guy Ritchie's new superhero-styled film has the answer.

Colossal a bonkers monster movie with big ambitions

SPANISH writer-director Nacho Vigalondo plays with madness in his brilliantly bonkers homage to Godzilla, which projects the monster-mashing mayhem through the lens of an offbeat indie romantic comedy.

Watch this: Mindhorn

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IF YOU missed this brilliant British comedy from Mighty Boosh men Julian Barratt and Simon Farnaby premiering at the Belfast Film Festival, be advised that Mindhorn is now showing at QFT Belfast.

Review: Boxing drama Jawbone hits hard

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A VERY personal passion project for leading man Johnny Harris, Jawbone is loosely based on his own pre-acting experiences as a young boxing champ who later struggled with alcohol addiction.

Go with the flow: Tides at Ebrington Square, Derry

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TOMORROW evening, Derry will host a free outdoor screening of Tides: A History of lives and dreams lost and found (some broken), Italian director Alessandro Negrini's award-winning film about the River Foyle.

Armenian genocide the backdrop of Belfast man Terry George's The Promise

AS BELFAST film-maker Terry George’s new movie screened to family, friends and members of the press in his home town on Monday, tens of thousands of people gathered in cities around the world to mark the 102nd anniversary of the start of the Armenian genocide, which is the subject of the film – or is it? 

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