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  • Orange(Wednesday)s and Lemons #111

    After one hundred and eleven weeks (plus all the ones we forgot) of defending your right to just have someone tell you what films to see on a Wednesday, the OWLs are in great peril. Will we be back next week? Nobody knows, not even Anthony Hopkins – and that guy is wise, man. Seriously. So for now, dive into what might well be your last ever complimentary paddling pool of citrus and cynicism. Parting is such sweet sorrow…

  • Orange(Wednesday)s and Lemons #110

    Spring finally seems to be here for good, so as you prepare that first celebratory vat of Pimm’s don’t forget to hold back a few oranges and lemons for this week’s film rundown. Will you be tempted by Ryan Gosling in a forest, or does Charlie Sheen boffing Lindsay Lohan sound more like your cup of tea? If it does, probably sterilise the cup before you let anyone else drink from it. Pervert.

  • Orange(Wednesday)s and Lemons #109

    Planning on heading to you local cinema tonight? Will you be using your joyous 2-for-1 ticket to see Oblivion, Spring Breakers, The Host (who ARE you?!) or something completely different? There’s just so very many choices – it’s too much for one small human being to figure out by themselves. Luckily for YOU, there’s a team of tame film reviewers on standby – and they can’t WAIT to forcefeed you their opinions…

  • Orange(Wednesday)s and Lemons #108

    This week, Stephenie Meyer has unleashed The Host upon us, bringing with it a hoarde of aliens as terrifying as her Twilight vampires were menacing. As in NOT VERY, STEPHENIE MEYER! Nevertheless, her unprecedented alien invasion has thrown the office into a quandary – is there really ANYTHING worth seeing at the cinema tonight? Get ready to have your opinions forcefed to you, loyal readers…

  • Orange(Wednesday)s and Lemons #107

    Easter weekend is fast on the approach, bringing with it guilt-inducing hymns, anthropomorphic rabbits and thousands upon thousands of eggs. But, before we get TOO excited about that four day weekend, there’s still the little matter of tonight’s viewing to sort out…

  • Orange(Wednesday)s and Lemons #106

    It’s definitely an interesting week in cinemas. From Nicole Kidman peeing on Zac Efron in The Paperboy to Jim Carrey doing unspeakable things with a top hat in The Incredible Burt Wonderstone, it seems as if there’s something for everyone to enjoy – or, more probably, NOT to enjoy. So, to help you wade through all the films on offer, some of our very best Best For Film writers have laid out their (always correct) opinions…

  • Orange(Wednesday)s and Lemons #105

    It’s a good week for films and a very BAD one for our general health. With the majority of Best For Film either bedridden, suffering extreme hallucinations, warding off a temperature or dead, it’s a wonder we found enough strength to dish out our imperative opinions on this week’s cinematic offerings…

  • Orange(Wednesday)s and Lemons #104

    Safe Haven is out, signalling the end of the cinematic world as we know it. But, thankfully, four brave new interns have joined the Best For Film battle against the dark regime of Nicholas Sparks. Is there a single film out there in this post-Sparkian civilisation worth seeing?

  • Orange(Wednesday)s and Lemons #103

    The Oscars are finally over! At last, we can get back to the business of criticising films as they come out rather than spaffing on about ones that launched six months ago. Make the most of the 103rd OWLs, because the 104th, 105th and 106th will largely be given over to mercilessly destroying Safe Haven.

  • Orange(Wednesday)s and Lemons #102

    Well, it’s another incredibly boring week for cinema. Surely nobody could squeeze eight hundred words of fun and frolics out of a box office that’s mostly 90s Leo, past-it Paul Rudd and absolutely any Danny Dyer at all? Well, perhaps nobody could – but four nobodies working together have got a chance. This week’s breakdown of what not to see, brought to you by the cream of BFF: