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Uncut.co.uk publishes a weekly selection of film reviews. Find out about the best here, by clicking on the titles below.

All of our reviews feature a ‘submit your own review’ function – we would love to hear about what you’ve seen lately.

Our recommended films opening next week (April 11) are:

Shine A Light – At last! Martin Scorsese‘s stunning live concert film of The Rolling Stones is released in the UK.

EXCLUSIVE interview with Academy Award winner Scorsese by clicking here

Lonesome Jim – Belated release for Steve Buscemi’s oddball rom-com, starring Casey Affleck and Liv Tyler.

Other UNCUT Recommended film releases are as follows: click on the titles for our reviews:

Son Of Rambow – A Sweetly-observed coming-of-age drama; Plus an in-depth director Q&A with GARTH JENNINGS and a trailer link too.

Also out is Michael Haneke‘s remake of his own film Funny Games – The disturbing film remake stars Tim Roth and Naomi Watts.

The Orphanage – Masterful Spanish horror movie in the vein of The Others and Devils Backbone.

Drillbit Taylor – Steven Brill film proves that first day at high school is still a bummer, stars Owen Wilson.

Plus! There are over 1500 archived film reviews in the UNCUT.CO.UK film section! click here for uncut.co.uk/film/reviews

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