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Shiva Baby – Review

Writer-director Emma Seligman’s loosely autobiographical debut feature Shiva Baby is a concise yet all-encompassing snapshot of the zeitgeist generations’ intersectional anxieties compounded by nihilism...
The Woman In The Window

The Woman in the Window – Review

Despite director Joe Wright’s aesthetically-pleasing visual storytelling, cinematographer Bruno Delbonnel’s thoughtful coordination of symbolic framing and lighting, and a stellar cast attempting to...
Frances McDormand

Nomadland – Review

This film was previously reviewed in September 2020. Writer-director-editor Chloé Zhao’s genre experimentation within the poetic docudrama has come to technical fruition in Nomadland, elevating her to...
Andy Samberg

Palm Springs – Review

Apparently conceptualised upon Groundhog Day, Palm Springs is director Max Barbakow and writer Andy Siara’s subversive foray into the romcom genre set in an infinite time loop. This meaty genre subversion...
Mulan (1)

Mulan – Review

“Loyal, Brave, True” (忠勇真) are the three words engraved on the Hua family sword, comprising Mulan’s central motif that in turn reflects this live action remake’s reexamination of what constitutes...