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Film Review: Jackie

Chilean director Pablo Larrain’s first film outside his home country (and shot virtually back-to-back with Neruda, another non-biopic about a misunderstood figu…

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Film Review: Edge of Seventeen

Hailee Steinfeld (from the Coens’ remake of True Grit, Pitch Perfect 2 and plenty more) is the best reason to catch this, the first film written, directed and p…

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Film Review: Passengers

Despite an original script by Jon Spaihts that wound up on the 2007 ‘Blacklist’ (an annual Hollywood rundown of much-liked but as-yet-unmade screenplays), okay …

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5 Film Review - Assassin's Creed

Film Review: Assassin’s Creed

Filmings of video/computer/whatever games are usually a wretched lot, as the fairly ghastly Warcraft demonstrated midway-or-so into 2016 (and let’s not even thi…

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Film Review: Allied

Upon departing the preview screening of Allied, my discerning companion praised its cinematography and set design.…

Film Review: A United Kingdom

Film Review: United Kingdom

English director Amma Asante’s follow-up to her similarly factually-based Belle is a bigger, trickier, more sprawling epic, and yet the performances save it, ev…

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Film Review: Moana

Moana, the latest computer-animated epic from Disney (and four directors!), has already proven a hit.…

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Film Review: Paterson

The latest from writer/director Jim Jarmusch is more similar to his earlier work than his recent (but still very cool) vampire saga Only Lovers Left Alive, with…

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Film Review: The Legend of Ben Hall

Director Matthew Holmes’ The Legend of Ben Hall is a bit long and seems very clean for a bushranger tale but succeeds when the story picks up pace.…

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