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A movie destined to find new, adoring audiences for decades to come.READ MORE
Nichols eschews the typical ‘historical drama’ pitfalls and favours something more raw and down-to-earth.READ MORE
“Not quite as ‘high-end’ as Ford’s premium fashion credentials might imply” READ MORE
As warm and light hearted as the first.READ MORE
Director Tate Taylor and actor Chadwick Boseman and bring the story of ‘the hardest working man in showbusiness’, James Brown, to the big screenREAD MORE
The framing, the performances, the dialogue, the action is compelling. It is Martin Scorsese at his best. It is his beating heart, as it were.READ MORE
There Bad Neighbours will sit forgotten, alongside Role Models, This is 40, Dewey Cox and countless others.READ MORE
The Three Flavours Cornetto trilogy is less a means of codifying some sort of creative masterplan and more an excuse for its creators to tread water.READ MORE
While the premise is strong, it’s the execution that lets the film down.READ MORE
What more is there to say that couldn’t have been said in the preceding five films? Well, the answer is nothing really.READ MORE
Don’t dig deeper or you’re in trouble
A nuanced and heartbreaking turn by Judith Chemla
Thoughtful, heartfelt and well worth spending time with.
On its anniversary, Peter Kramer takes a closer look at the film’s critical and commercial success, and at the rather puzzling way in which it tells Benjamin’s story.
How did this epic bestseller come to be turned into a movie?
Joshua Glenn looks at the 25th Raindance Film Festival
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