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Tenet – Review

If there’s one thing Christopher Nolan loves, it's spectacle. And chaos. And headaches. Okay, so there are several things that Nolan is passionate about, and they’re all very much present in Tenet....
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Sócrates – Review

Sócrates opens with a death, or rather a specific moment after that death. An abrupt cut shows us, in closeup, a woman laid on her back, eyes closed, with someone else’s hand touching her forehead and...
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Ava – Review

Ava opens with a scene we can all recognise: a mother dropping off her daughter at school, the daughter complaining of embarrassment, the mother fussing over lunch and safety. But here, this comfortable...
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Yes, God, Yes – Review

There is hardly a niche in the market for comedies about teens having a hard time in high school – Netflix pretty much has that side of the film industry covered. We know the drill: rumours fly and spread...
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Spree – Review

What, really, can be called authentic in a time of social media personas and rampant reality television? For Kurt Kunkle, it’s live-streaming The Lesson, a twisted mission acted out as a Spree driver, a taxi...