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The Old Guard – Review

In a roulette of life and death, we meet Andy, an immortal soldier spinning without purpose through her existence. Stalking through the streets of Morocco, she joins Booker, Joe and Nicky, her counterparts in...
Athlete A

Athlete A – Review

USA Gymnastics’ fall from grace has been complete in the years following the 2016 Olympics; as the women’s team came home with their second consecutive gold, Indianapolis local news pieced together...
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Da 5 Bloods – Review

Four African American veterans return to Vietnam to hunt for gold and the lost remains of their fallen leader, Stormin’ Norman. From the beginning it is clear that this is no return to glory, but a story of...
All Day Night

All Day And A Night – Review

Joe Robert Cole’s second feature eschews the usual techniques for establishing audience rapport with its central character: before viewers properly get to know aspiring rapper Jakhor (Ashton Sanders), he...
A Secret Love

A Secret Love – Review

Originally lined up to premiere at this year’s now cancelled SXSW, Netflix have stepped in to release Chris Bolan’s documentary A Secret Love. With Jason Blum onboard as executive producer and Ryan Murphy...
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Get In – Review

By turns jaw-grindingly tedious and off-puttingly obnoxious, Get In spends so long trying to figure out what story it wants to tell that it's a wonder it even made it onto Netflix. Skittishly jumping between...
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Extraction – Review

Continuing Netflix’s recent hot streak of below-average action thrillers, Extraction is Chris Hemsworth’s attempt to ditch the superhero tights and reinvent himself as the next Tom Cruise/Keanu Reeves by...
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Sergio – Review

Greg Barker’s biographical drama Sergio is based on the true story of Brazilian United Nations diplomat Sérgio Vieira de Mello. The timeline in Sergio weaves together a dire story of Vieira de Mello...
Rising High

Rising High – Review

There may be no such thing as a wholly original story, but many narratives earn memorability by bringing new perspectives and urgency to themes and tales heard a thousand times before. Rising High (Betonrausch...
Tigertail

Tigertail – Review

Best known as co-creator of Master of None, Alan Yang brings the deeply personal story of his family’s history to Netflix. Tigertail tells the story of Pin-Jui, a poor Taiwanese factory worker who embarks on...
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Crip Camp – Review

James LeBrecht and Nicole Newnham’s documentary Crip Camp: A Disability Revolution traces the origins of a transformative movement back to a camp for the disabled, just down the road from Woodstock, called...
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All the Bright Places – Review

There is an odd, comforting sort of familiarity to coming-of-age films, with their busy high-school corridors filled with jocks and geeks, and those impossibly elaborate house parties. Though we do get a...
The Last Thing He Wanted

The Last Thing He Wanted – Review

For Elena McMahon, things start simple enough: after years’ hard work reporting global humanitarian atrocities, her paper reshuffles and she is demoted to following the US campaign trail. Her new subject:...