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The Front Runner – Review

This review was originally published as part of our London Film Festival coverage on 15/10/2018. It’s a tough time to talk about America; any film covering politics is drawn into the vortex of the...
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The Front Runner – LFF 2018 Review

It’s a tough time to talk about America; any film covering politics is drawn into the vortex of the current climate. The Front Runner is no exception; in positioning itself as something of a quasi-origin...
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Little Men – Review

With Little Men Ira Sachs continues to represent his cynical view of the working generation. In 2014’s Love is Strange he placed his sympathies firmly with an elderly gay couple. This time he swings to the...
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Whiskey Tango Foxtrot – Review

Tina Fey deserves better than this film’s trailer, which suggested a woman who went to war because she was single and, when she got there, had a party. She deserves what Whiskey Tango Foxtrot actually...

Heavenly Sword – Review

How a CG movie can be released eight years after the video game it’s based on and have significantly worse graphics, not to mention story and characterisation, is unfathomable. Yet Heavenly Sword is just...

Love Is Strange – LFF Review

Authentic, genuine and affecting. In careers littered with big roles, Molina and Lithgow provide a masterclass. Their skill is evident in the subtle, gorgeous humanity they draw from their roles, baring souls...