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A claustrophobic dark comic yarn provides a strong second outing for AyoadeREAD 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
A stunning evocation—over three decades—of London’s most entertaining neighbourhood.READ MORE
For every glimmer of genre-rejuvenating inventiveness, is a floodlight of cliché washing it out. READ MORE
Who said independent films had to look cheap?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
Google may not be evil but they clearly have no problem being shameless.READ MORE
Pitch Perfect is scabrously funny without relying on post-modern references or descending into nastiness. READ MORE
The Landlord is a real race-relations curio; a social comedy that atomizes racial tension in a post-Sixties Brooklyn neighbourhood. READ MORE
Those expecting wanton alien bashing will not be disappointed as such, but be prepared for more of a sentimental time-travelling journey down memory lane with less of the Smith wise cracks.READ MORE
Just the ticket you need for a bit of escapism and warm-hearted fun.
A very worthy, if different, follow up to the first outing.
Family entertainment with little meaty substance.
In order not to lose, or rather, in order to not win, but to not win with integrity, this year Dr. Garth Twa is choosing winners who aren’t even nominated.
It says something disquieting about a society in which I have had to resort to the cinema
Marcel Gisler on what triggered the making of Mario, a new LGBT football film.
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