Bones And All

Bones and All – Review

This film was previously reviewed in September 2022 as part of our Venice Film Festival coverage. With Bones and All, Luca Guadagnino combines the romantic coming-of-age story of Call Me By Your Name with...
Ready Player One

Ready Player One – Review

Steven Spielberg: we’re not angry, we’re just disappointed. And also quite angry, to be honest. The man himself could be blindfolded and still direct one of the best films of any given year, but in...
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Team Talk – Dunkirk

With Christopher Nolan at the helm and a cast made up of the likes of Kenneth Branagh, Cillian Murphy, Tom Hardy, and Mark Rylance, it's safe to say Dunkirk has received its fair share of pre-release hype....
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Dunkirk – Review

The opening 20 minutes of Dunkirk are as visceral and arresting as the beach landings in Saving Private Ryan. The difference is that, unlike Spielberg, Christopher Nolan doesn’t relieve the tension – even...
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The BFG – Review

It's hard to think of a more faithful recent adaptation than Spielberg's The BFG. Certainly among blockbusters, it is absolutely the work of a filmmaker caught under the spell of a much-loved novel. The...
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Bridge of Spies – Review

For someone so universally loved, Steven Spielberg can be quite a divisive director. Sometimes his sentimentality and upstanding morals warm your heart, and sometimes they stick in your throat. Bridge of Spies...