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Come Sunday – Review

After Netflix boasted 700 original releases for 2018 at a cost of $8 billion, the film and TV streaming powerhouse has been making good on that promise, with new thumbnails continuously being added to an...
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Mary Magdalene – Review

It is a greater crime for a film to be boring than bad, for at least the latter elicits an emotion. Their flaws shine out like diamonds in a mine and burn themselves into your mind. A pseudo-reward for your...
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Doctor Strange – Review

Doctor Strange: Likable sort-of-heroes played by a spot-on cast wield superhuman powers, pop-culture references and witty one-liners to overcome tragic backstories, powerful villains and baffling plot holes....

Secret In Their Eyes – Review

Secret in Their Eyes has a split-time narrative, and whilst the actors are youthanised for the 13-year flashbacks, their personalities are euthanised too. Ejiofor, Kidman and Roberts are clearly giving it...
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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...
The Martian

The Martian – Review

As with Andy Weir’s novel, the reason that The Martian works so brilliantly as a film is that it’s a one-man show that’s much bigger than just one person. Matt Damon shines as the lovechild of Neil...