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Maudie – Review

What makes good art? What is good art? What is art? Perhaps these questions shouldn’t even be asked. After all: one man's rubbish is another’s treasure, and isn't beauty in the eye of the...
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The Magnificent Seven – Review

A remake of The Magnificent Seven, which itself was a reimagining of Kurosawa’s Seven Samurai, should be destined for mediocrity. Yet the under-appreciated Antoine Fuqua repeats his success with reimagining...
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Maggie’s Plan – Review

Jumping straight in makes for an awkward start ("I haven't had a relationship that lasted longer than six months" is an early line), but as conducted by the ever-watchable cast and its newly reinvigorated...

Good Kill – Review

From their portacabin of death, all-American jocks get to blow shit up with only RSI to fear; the lady cries yet complies; Ethan Hawke has a moral crisis whilst remaining utterly immoral; Betty Draper makes an...

Predestination – Review

Ethan Hawke swaps Boyhood for boredom in Predestination, the latest film to get lost in time travel. Despite a promising premise and outlandish imagination, Predestination fails overall to be fresh or...

Boyhood – Review

Richard Linklater’s expertise - or at least his largest triumphs - has been in the capturing of rapidly burning candles. By comparison, Boyhood (a project filmed over twelve years) is a great fire; burning...

Getaway – Review

Filmed like an extended commercial for GoPro cameras, Getaway will likely only raise eyebrows this year because of its un-coveted status as one of 2013's biggest turkeys. It doesn't deserve that. It...