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The Wicked – Review

There’s a rumoured witch in the office, the introvert who ruthlessly bullies her co-workers. Park Ju-hui takes centre stage in Yoo Young-sun’s The Wicked, dramatic performances oozing tension and...

Women Who Flirt – Review

After the early 2014 success of Aberdeen, Pang Ho-cheung explores new frontiers in the mainland Chinese market in the humorous Women Who Flirt. Tomboyish Angie (Xun) chases the affections of her...

Birdman – Review

I act therefore I’m not. Riggan Thompson (Keaton) is selfless in the middle of an identity crisis, and selfish in his egotistical pursuit of an impossible play. Shadows of the mask he once wore as Birdman...

Big Eyes – Review

Big Eyes is Tim Burton’s most ‘normal’ film for a long time, and it’s all the more refreshing for it. He tells the story of a shy, anxious creative (Amy Adams) clashing with the world of commercial...

St. Vincent – Review

Equal parts heart-warming comedy and heart-breaking tragedy, St. Vincent is a retelling of a well-worn story which leaves the broad-strokes of the plot predictable from the start. Some salvation comes from...