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Written by Ivan Radford   
Thursday, 04 October 2012 17:00

Liberal Arts poetry review

It’s National Poetry Day in the UK, but rather than subject you to embarrassing volumes of my long-lost poetry, here’s this week’s UK cinema releases.... reviewed in haiku form.

Taken 2 (12A)

I will look for them
I will find them – and sit them
on the naughty step

Read a full Taken 2 review

Liberal Arts

Cliched quirks abound
but Liz Olsen's lovely. Zac
Efron wears a hat.
Read a full Liberal Arts review – or check out our Josh Radnor interview


Ethan Hawkes' face is
Good at looking scared by stuff.
You will wet your parts.

 Read a full Sinister review