Gugu Mbatha-Raw

A Wrinkle in Time – Review

A Wrinkle in Time is a colourful, universe-hopping adventure to find Chris Pine: the man so handsome you quickly forget his character's name. After her quantum physicist father's suspicious disappearance,...
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Baywatch – Review

Being superficial isn't always a bad thing. If you're aware of your own tendency for cheap thrills, tight asses and ripped torsos, you can lean into it and not come off as an asshole. Baywatch is vapid and...
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Viceroy’s House – Review

In large, stately kitchens, the bond between Head Chef and a Sous Chef is like family. In a scene where one chooses to go India, the other to Pakistan, as a result of the 1947 Indian Independence Plan,...
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Sweet Dreams – Review

There's something so Italian about big, wholesome families with a lot of extra love to give. In Sweet Dreams, an Italian film from director Marco Bellocchio, we watch the life of a man struggling to cope with...
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xXx: Return of Xander Cage – Review

For xXx newcomers, the opening events of this film might seem confusing. To explain: superheroes do exist in this cinematic universe, but they possess nothing more than inexplicable athletic abilities and...
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Why Him? – Review

It's the season for families to gather together. In Why Him? it's finally time for proud father Ned Fleming to meet his daughter's new boyfriend. Following a well-trodden comedy formula, he's not the...
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The Infiltrator – Review

Drug money and cartel blood get spilled, then cleaned up, in this tense true-to-life crime drama. Based on the autobiography of US Customs special agent Robert Mazur, we see Bryan Cranston go undercover to...