Judy

Judy – Review

Every year, you get at least one film clearly designed purely for the purpose of nabbing an Oscar for its star. In 2019, Judy is that film. Renée Zellweger’s heartfelt take on Judy Garland immediately...
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King of Thieves – Review

With so many great heist movies already in existence, many even involving the great Michael Caine (see: The Italian Job, Gambit, Get Carter), it’s a wonder that Marsh felt the need to tell a story so...
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Victoria and Abdul – Review

Other than its central true story’s premise, one that is remarkable yet unfamiliar, there is almost nothing to surprise in Stephen Frears’ Victoria and Abdul. An awards season period piece, it plays out...
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Viceroy’s House – Review

In large, stately kitchens, the bond between Head Chef and a Sous Chef is like family. In a scene where one chooses to go India, the other to Pakistan, as a result of the 1947 Indian Independence Plan,...
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Dad’s Army – Review

At last - Britain has produced a true geri-action film. Albeit more geri and less action, Dad’s Army takes on Jerry with a troupe of the ablest British national treasures available. The new - and...