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Just Mercy – LFF 2019 Review

If one were to list off the common pitfalls of biopics, ‘formulaic’ would likely be near the top. Yet, Just Mercy proves that sticking rigidly to an expected formula need not necessarily be a bad thing as...
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Creed II – Review

Creed managed the rarest of things, successfully handing the franchise baton on to a new generation. In comparison, surely Creed II should be an easy knockout? The screenwriting team hit fundamental...
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Fahrenheit 451 – Cannes 2018 Review

Ray Bradbury’s iconoclastic 1953 novel has not been this relevant for a long time. Fahrenheit 451 was written as a defence of books and intellectualism against the growth of TV and other mindless...
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Team Talk – Black Panther

The first Marvel feature of 2018 has landed and looks sure to be one of the biggest films of the year. Long-awaited and much-needed, Black Panther has undeniably struck a chord with audiences worldwide. Our...
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Black Panther – Review

Black Panther is the first Marvel instalment of 2018, and it’s opening the year with a bang. Featuring an enormously talented cast, the film tells the story of the Black Panther T’Challa (Chadwick Boseman)...
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Creed – Review

Freud theorised that every son would kill his father, but what happens when the father is already dead? For the illegitimate son of Apollo Creed, the answer is simple: fight his name. Ryan Coogler, an...

Fantastic Four – Review

Fantastic Four holds restraint, care and pride in the hands of its new-found origin story, but that seems to be all it cares about. As the story develops, real effort and exposition runs its course,...