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Week ending Tuesday 3 December 2019

Knives Out. Copyright: 2018 MRC II Distribution Company LP. Photo: Claire Folger. All Rights Reserved.1. [-] Knives Out (12A)
Wealthy crime novelist Harlan Thrombey invites all his kin to his large mansion for an 85th birthday party but festivities are cut short by arguments and recriminations. That night, after doting carer Marta Cabrera has given the novelist his medication, Harlan apparently commits suicide...
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Marriage Story. Copyright: Netflix. Photo: Wilson Webb. All Rights Reserved.2. [1] Marriage Story (15)
Charlie Barber is a successful stage director, who works closely with his actress wife Nicole and the theatre company they established in New York. They raise a young son Henry and the relationship is a vision of harmony until Nicole's job takes her to Los Angeles...
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Harriet. Copyright: 2019 Focus Features LLC. Photo: Glen Wilson. All Rights Reserved.3. [5] Harriet (12A)
In 1849 Dorchester County, Araminta Ross is a slave at the mercy of owner Eliza Brodess and her venomous son Gideon. She makes her escape and safely finds her way to Philadelphia, where she rechristens herself Harriet and befriends abolitionist William Still and landlady Marie Buchanon...
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The Irishman. Copyright: Netflix. All Rights Reserved.4. [2] The Irishman (15)
Second World War veteran Frank Sheeran earns a tidy wage for his family as a meat truck delivery driver. He catches the eye of Pennsylvania crime boss Russell Bufalino, who utilises the former soldier's skill-set to eliminate rivals, which Frank refers to as "painting houses"...
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The Good Liar. Copyright: 2019 Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc./BRON Creative USA, Corp. Photo: Chia James. All Rights Reserved.5. [3] The Good Liar (15)
Seventy-eight-year-old widow Betty McLeish posts her profile on the Distinction Dating website. Career con artist Roy Courtnay is matched with Betty and meets her in a restaurant. He discovers that the distinguished lady is worth nearly three million pounds...
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The Two Popes. Copyright: Netflix. Photo: Peter Mountain. All Rights Reserved.6. [-] The Two Popes (12A)
The College of Cardinals votes Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger as successor to Pope Jean Paul II. He takes the name Pope Benedict XVI and advocates a return to fundamental Christian values. Unexpectedly, the Pope summons Cardinal Bergoglio to the Vatican for a private audience...
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La Belle Epoque. Copyright: Pathe Distribution. All Rights Reserved.7. [4] La Belle Epoque (15)
Disgruntled sixty-something cartoonist Victor Drumond argues with his psychoanalyst wife Marianne and she throws him out. Desperate to rekindle his love for Marianne, Victor engages the services of a reenactment service to replay the moment they first met in tiny bistro in Lyon...
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The Nightingale. Copyright: Vertigo Releasing. All Rights Reserved.8. [-] The Nightingale (18)
In 19th-century Australia, Irish convict Clare (Aisling Franciosi) serves a cruel and unforgiving master, Lieutenant Hawkins (Sam Claflin), who refuses her request to leave. Hawkins punishes Clare's insolence with horrific sexual violence that almost breaks her spirit...
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Blue Story. Copyright: Paramount Pictures. Photo: Nick Wall. All Rights Reserved.9. [9] Blue Story (15)
Timmy attends a school in Peckham but lives in neighbouring Lewisham. Postcode wars between rival gangs dictate that he should be sworn enemies with his best friend Marco. When tensions between the two tribes are inflamed, Marco and Timmy are finally pitted against each other...
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Last Christmas. Copyright: 2019 Universal Studios. Photo: Jonathan Prime. All Rights Reserved.10. [7] Last Christmas (12A)
Kate ricochets between meaningless sexual encounters while fitfully holding down a job as an elf at a Christmas-themed shop in Covent Garden. She is distracted by a handsome customer called Tom, who volunteers at one of the capital's homeless shelters. Kate opens her heart to Tom...
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