Odeon Panton Street

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Leicester Square
Venue name: Odeon Panton Street
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Address: Panton St
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    • 5 out of 5 stars
    With 'Carol', the American director Todd Haynes returns us to a place similar to the repressed 1950s East Coast universe that he explored in his 2002 film 'Far from Heaven'. It's historically not long past but this is an emotionally oh-so-distant ...
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      • 4 out of 5 stars
      Hou Hsiao-hsien's 'The Assassin' sees the veteran Taiwanese filmmaker, known for his quiet realist dramas, tackle the wuxia historical martial arts genre with a story set in ninth-century China. But the genre comes loyally to Hou rather than the o...
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      • 5 out of 5 stars
      Forget about the hipster-bearded image of Brooklyn. Irish director John Crowley’s big-hearted adaptation of Colm Tóibín’s 2009 novel, an immigrant story set in 1952, goes back to the New York neighbourhood’s blue-collar past. But ‘Brooklyn’ is no ...
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    • Time Out says
      • 4 out of 5 stars
      David O Russell’s wacky screwball spin on the rags-to-riches biopic opens with the line: ‘Inspired by stories of brave women.’ He could just as easily have borrowed the opening line from his last film, ‘American Hustle’ – ‘Some of this actually ha...
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      • Time Out says
        • 3 out of 5 stars
        ‘Daddy, what’s a communist?’ a young girl on a pony asks her rich and famous screenwriter father. Brace yourself for dialogue like this in Jay Roach’s earnest, too-soft biopic of Dalton Trumbo, the Oscar-winning screenwriter who fought his way bac...
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      • Time Out says
        • 4 out of 5 stars
        The full picture emerges slowly in ‘Room’, Lenny Abrahamson’s powerful, sensitive survival drama. Details arrive like the droplets of rain that fall on the skylight of the shed in which a mother and child are locked. But it’s clear from the start ...
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        • 3 out of 5 stars
        The ring of truth sounds quietly, and sometimes not at all, in Paolo Sorrentino's 'Youth', the Italian auteur's occasionally dazzling but low-key and rambling follow-up to 2013's 'The Great Beauty'. It's his second English-language film after 2009...
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