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She Said – Review

Let’s get the inevitable comparison out of the way; is She Said to Hollywood what 2015’s Spotlight is to the Catholic Church? Both films document painstaking journalistic investigations into abuse...
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Cryptozoo – Review

This film was previously reviewed in January 2021 as part of our Sundance Festival coverage. Dash Shaw and Jane Samborski’s Cryptozoo takes viewers on a journey along with cryptozookeepers who set out to...
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Wildlife – Review

Paul Dano’s directorial debut comes in the form of Wildlife, a drama about a teenage boy who watches his parents’ marriage fall apart. The film reflects on the mess of relationships and takes parents off...
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Wildlife – TIFF 2018 Review

Paul Dano’s directorial debut comes in the form of Wildlife, a drama about a teenage boy who watches his parents’ marriage fall apart. The film reflects on the mess of relationships and takes parents off...
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The Big Sick – Review

Ranging from gently witty to laugh-out-loud funny, The Big Sick is a vibrant comedy-drama which always engages despite broadly conventional structure and lack of stylisation. What it lacks in style, it makes...
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Our Brand Is Crisis – Review

Welcome to Clooney/Heslov’s Bolivian campaign, The Ides of March-ing Powder if you will. As a good humoured drama, with the laughs peaking at a choice use of Sandra’s buttocks, this is light yet...
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What If – Review

Despite its title this isn’t a film about ‘if’, it’s about ‘when’. Yet as it progresses, sometimes ploddingly, to the inevitable conclusion the long-awaited coupling of Wallace (Radcliffe) and...