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A relentless, brutally violent action festREAD MORE
Despite lumbering clichés and frequent ham-fistedness, it deserves major props for ambition.READ MORE
Instead of ruthlessly deconstructing the American Dream, Todd Phillips brought a butter knife to a gunfight.READ MORE
There may be a film on the horizon for the Squad that packs a real punch, but sadly this isn’t it. READ MORE
This is what the term ‘hot mess’ was made for.READ MORE
Distant planets are not immune to ennui.READ MORE
I suppose expecting logic from a summer blockbuster is like looking for character development in porn.READ MORE
Defensive, vain, simultaneously over the top and excruciatingly subtle, Blanchett—and Allen—have fashioned the most sublime creation of both their careers.READ MORE
It is a film that does not make us care, it’s a film that expects us to care without having to work for it, utilising all the cinematic bromides without nuance or personalisation.READ MORE
This is very much the version that Jay Gatsby would want to watch, rather than one that Fitzgerald would.READ MORE
A reflection on our collective capacity to realise the seemingly impossible
Yet another peak on a perfectly-formed Wes Anderson mountain range.
Don’t dig deeper or you’re in trouble
The directors of Mansfield 66/67 write about what attracted them to 50s Hollywood movie goddess Jayne Mansfield.
In this season of awards and pantheonic enshrinement, Dr. Garth Twa remembers those films that were treated negligently, their merits left to fallow.
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.
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