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Miss You Already – Review

Despite the passion of its leads, Miss You Already is disappointingly formulaic. The establishing whistlestop tour of their friendship is derivative, and the too-good-to-be-true lives are predictably countered...
Legend

Legend – CFF Review

Legend is a mixed bag, combining undeniable technical brilliance with hokey pseudo-romance. However, framing the myth of the Krays from Frances’ perspective pays off by foregrounding the instability of this...
Ghy

The Company You Keep – CFF Review

Redford may not be a master of brevity, but he is a master of the page-to-screen adaptation. Here he handles a plot intricate as clockwork, following reporter Ben’s (LeBeouf) investigation to create a...
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45 Years – Review

Despite his Best Actor win at the Berlin Film Festival, Courtenay’s performance is the weak link in 45 Years. Many of his lines feel over-rehearsed, though fittingly he’s more animated when reminiscing...
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Mistress America – Review

As Brooke Catalinas – the titular Mistress America – Gerwig is almost as repulsive as she’s magnetic. Gerwig impressively develops her already glittering back catalogue of alter egos, effecting a turn of...

The Longest Ride – Review

Take one pint-sized actress and mix in hunky male (piercing blue eyes optional). Add geographic distance/serious illness/drastically opposed lifestyles, or all three. Scatter clichés generously. Take care not...

Moomins On The Riviera – Review

Characterised by outlandish comedy and a zany colour palette, Moomins on the Riviera is a lovingly hand-drawn tribute to Tove Jansson’s creations. As with early morning children’s television, an exuberant...