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On Chesil Beach – LFF 2017 Review

Adapted by the author of the 166-page novella it is based on, Dominic Cooke’s On Chesil Beach offers the promise of expanding upon Ian McEwan’s source material. Unfortunately, however, there is a...

A Royal Night Out – Review

A Royal Night Out takes two happy-go-plucky princesses from the Ritz to the rubble. V.E. Day in London is thoroughly recreated with tremendous production and costume design, lending to an all-encompassing...

Belle – Review

Proof that the costume drama can go beyond chocolate-box sweet and address issues greater than its genre, Belle is a sumptuous love letter to the classic period film that nevertheless asks you to stop and...

The Book Thief – Review

It may span the most significant decades of last century, but The Book Thief pretty much boils down to girl-lives-with-family, girl-learns-to-read - for two hours. Over John William’s all-pervading score,...