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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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The Shape of Water – Review

This film was previously reviewed on 31/08/17 as part of Venice Film Festival. Anticipation for Guillermo del Toro’s The Shape of Water has been sky high, thanks to its prestigious cast and a beautiful...
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Elvis & Nixon – Review

Even in a world where a reality TV star has a shot at entering the White House, the photograph of Elvis Presley shaking hands with Richard Nixon stands out as one of the weirder moments in American politics....

Freeheld – Review

Freeheld’s first act combines irrelevant police cases with an awkward early-stage romance that develops into a cheesy, sun-splashed love story. The deferral of the main narrative leaves room to thoroughly...
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99 Homes – Review

Laborer Dennis (Garfield) has his house foreclosed; desperate and inhabiting a small apartment with his son and mother, he winds up working for the slimeball who evicted him (Shannon). Bahrani, one of the...