The Hustle

The Hustle – Review

A remake of a remake, The Hustle uses its opening credits to set its sights in a different area: the Saturday morning cartoon. Our two leads cartwheel through Hanna Barbera-inspired capers reminiscent of all...
Destination Wedding

Destination Wedding – Review

Romcoms have, over the past few years, slowly but steadily been making a deserved comeback – and what could be a better genre to reunite Winona Ryder and Keanu Reeves on screen, more than 25 years after...
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High Life – Review

Travelling at 99% of the speed of light, Clare Denis’s latest feature High Life sees Robert Pattinson’s Monte attempt to raise a baby daughter in deep space. Focusing on three distinct periods in Monte’s...
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Dead Good – Review

While there seem to be no taboo subjects left in 2019, the tranquil opening shot of Rehana Rose’s documentary immediately teases out UK society’s collective discomfort around the business of death....
Woman At War

Woman at War – Review

Benedikt Erlingsson’s hero, the titular Woman at War, is, at first glance, an ordinary woman: Hella (Halldóra Geirharðsdóttir) leads a perfectly mundane existence as a choir director, cycling cheerfully...

Tolkien – Review

Dome Karukoski’s biopic of J.R.R. Tolkien brings to life the origins of the author’s career, charting the course of a life taken over by imaginary worlds. Shivering in the trenches, a young Tolkien...
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Bel Canto – Review

Set amidst domestic tension within a non-descript country in Latin America, Bel Canto predominantly follows the perspective of Roxanne Coss (Julianne Moore), an American opera star performing at the private...
Avengers Endgame

Team Talk – Avengers: Endgame

It feels like it’s been a long wait since last year’s Infinity War, with only Captain Marvel and Ant-Man and the Wasp to satiate our MCU cravings after the fallout of Thanos’ snap. With this much hype...
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Avengers: Endgame – Review

Eleven years in the making, Avengers: Endgame is the finale to Marvel’s epic cinematic universe, one which has consistently broken box office records and won vast critical praise, combining its blockbuster...
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Long Shot – Review

It’d be understandable to be dubious about the ‘Charlize Theron falls for Seth Rogen’ premise of Long Shot. How many more elegant woman with schlubby dude romances do we need? Yet, Long Shot is so warm,...
Greta

Greta – Review

Neil Jordan's last film, the underrated vampire tale Byzantium, focused on an unconventional mother-daughter relationship to riveting effect. Now he returns to the same well for Greta, albeit with mixed...