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Alfonso Cuarón wins best director Oscar

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Alfonso Cuarón has won the best director Oscar for Gravity at the 86th Academy Awards, defeating a field that included 12 Years a Slave's Steve McQueen, Nebraska's Alexander Payne and Martin Scorsese for The Wolf of Wall Street. In doing so, Cuarón becomes the first Mexican-born director to win the award.

Oscar predictions 2014: Gravity

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It's been, like, forever since a space film made any serious impact at the Oscars: you have to go back to Avatar in 2010 for anything remotely in the same ballpark.

Snitch – review

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This preposterous thriller has its roots in a legitimate concern, recently aired in the documentary The House I Live In: that the US war on drugs is becoming a theatre of cruelty, pumping up futile drug-arrest figures to appease the press.



Tom Hardy In Locke

Locke [REVIEW]

Locke is about a man driving his car down a motorway while fielding phone calls on his hands-free mobile. That may sound dull, but Locke is one of the most gripping films you will see this year.