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Formula One has provided so many incredible adversarial sagas, personal journeys and desperate tragedies that you don’t need to invent a plot.READ MORE
An enchanting trip of nostalgia that is timeless in its appeal.READ MORE
One of those rare movies that takes us someplace else, someplace nonarticulated. And we come back changed. READ MORE
A stunning evocation—over three decades—of London’s most entertaining neighbourhood.READ MORE
An exquisitely expert piece intertwining all the elements of filmmaking so perfectly that it becomes a truly immersive experience.READ MORE
For every glimmer of genre-rejuvenating inventiveness, is a floodlight of cliché washing it out. READ MORE
Somewhere between the parables of Jesus and Noah, is one of Robert Redford.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
How can you not like it? You can’t, really. It’s earnest. Thank God it got made, thank God Sundance is there to show it, and keep on trucking.READ MORE
A picturesque film for connoisseurs of the subtle pleasures that can be found in early 20th century art history (or, indeed, tea and knitwear).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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