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Aloha – Review

Cameron Crowe relationship dramas aren’t the most novel of films, recently having a yen for ‘trying to find themselves’ lead characters, which has become rather trite. In Aloha this is mostly avoided,...

Women Who Flirt – Review

After the early 2014 success of Aberdeen, Pang Ho-cheung explores new frontiers in the mainland Chinese market in the humorous Women Who Flirt. Tomboyish Angie (Xun) chases the affections of her...

Spring – LFF Review

Death leads to dubious love in this endlessly inventive delight that pays no regard to traditional genre boundaries. Directors Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead send bereaved lead Evan (Lou Taylor Pucci) on...

Blended – Review

Welcome to Blended, brought to you by the South African Tourist Board. On your left is a lumbering performance from Drew Barrymore, and on your right is a clunky and drawn-out plot. At least South Africa looks...

Cuban Fury – Review

There's one word to describe Cuban Fury, and that's delightful. A light and fluffy meringue of a film, it romps through its sequinned plot with well-meaning gusto, led by its brilliant cast rather than its...