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...
Synchronic

Synchronic – Review

Director-duo Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead have been chipping away for the past decade, carving themselves a specific niche in cerebral horror-tinged sci-fi with a comedic undercurrent, usually centred...
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Seberg – Venice 2019 Review

What is it, exactly, with all of this late-‘60s revivalism? Have the eighties played out already? Perhaps it’s a nostalgic symptom of turning into the next terrifyingly unsure decade – has America been...
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Detroit – Review

Kathryn Bigelow’s return to cinemas couldn’t be more tragically timely. Just over a week after the horrifying Nazi rally in Charlottesville, the racism deep at the roots of the American psyche has been...
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Triple 9 – Review

Director John Hillcoat is a master of the visceral, slightly depressing mood, so it's a surprise that he's whipped a completely different rabbit out of the hat with Triple 9. This occasionally clever...
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Our Brand Is Crisis – Review

Welcome to Clooney/Heslov’s Bolivian campaign, The Ides of March-ing Powder if you will. As a good humoured drama, with the laughs peaking at a choice use of Sandra’s buttocks, this is light yet...