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The Discovery – Review

The question of life after death is one of the deepest imaginable, and an answer would have profound consequences on humanity. Despite some flickers of philosophy, The Discovery is neither deep nor profound...

Pete’s Dragon – Review

The best thing about Pete's Dragon is undoubtedly that it preserves the nostalgic element for the adults, whilst maintaining the sense of adventure that belongs in a children’s film. Sitting down to watch...
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Truth – Review

Truth makes for well-rounded characters. The constantly impressive Blanchett is maverick news producer Mapes, with the depressingly radical support of her ‘house-husband’ (a sincere Hickey), and further...
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Mississippi Grind – Review

A nuanced performance from leading man Ben Mendelsohn elevates this by-the-numbers buddy movie into a stuttering character study about good people who do bad things. Taking its cue from classic The Sting,...
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A Walk In The Woods – Review

A Walk in the Woods feels like Planes, Trains and Automobiles in a dressing gown and some comfy slippers. Robert Redford and Nick Nolte make for a wonderfully odd couple, but the script gives them little to...
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The Company You Keep – CFF Review

Redford may not be a master of brevity, but he is a master of the page-to-screen adaptation. Here he handles a plot intricate as clockwork, following reporter Ben’s (LeBeouf) investigation to create a...