Editor’s note: 2014 brought us a barrage of great UK-produced films – there was Oscar-nominated biopics such as The Imitation Game and The Theory of Everything, but also more challenging, less-seen gems such as Under the Skin and Frank. We asked our resident UK-based critic Jess Brooman to look ahead at what she’s most excited about in British cinema in 2015.
Kingsman: The Secret Service
Daniel Craig returns for the fourth time as James Bond, and so does SPECTRE, the terrorist organization that 007 fought throughout many of the 1960s films. The latest Bond film sees the return not only of director Sam Mendes, but also the acting talent of Ralph Fiennes and Naomie Harris. The production is clearly glad to have Spectre back on the table as it takes centre stage in the title, and with Christoph Waltz as the villain of the piece, this one could be good.
Testament of Youth
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