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Film Review: The Song Keepers

Débuting writer/director Naina Sen’s documentary studies the 2015 trip to Germany undertaken by the Central Australian Aboriginal Women’s Choir, and while there…

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Film Review: Isle of Dogs

Wes Anderson wrote, directed and co-produced this (mainly) stop-motion animation epic and it’s about as Wes Anderson-ish as movies get, and that’s not a good th…

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Film Review: The Party

Sally Potter worked in the theatre before she became a filmmaker, and it certainly shows with this irksomely stagey one-room talk (talk-talk-talk-talk-talk…) pi…

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Film Review: A Quiet Place

John Krasinski co-wrote, executive produced, directed and stars in this sci-fi/horror/family drama which, as the title suggests, proves to be one of the quietes…

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Film Review: Walking Out

This battle-for-survival-type drama treads familiar territory and offers some warmth but never seems quite as powerful as it should be, and winds up a little em…

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Film Review: Love, Simon

Drawn from Becky Albertalli’s novel (amusingly-titled Simon Vs The Homo Sapiens Agenda), this hard-edged character piece from director Greg Berlanti is being pr…

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Film Review: England Is Mine

Mark Gill’s feature début is a biopic-of-sorts depicting the early life of Steven Patrick Morrissey (a.k.a. just plain Morrissey) before he helped create Manche…

Film Review: A Wrinkle in Time

Director Ava DuVernay’s version of Madeleine L’Engle’s 1962 children’s novel is actually the second attempt at filming the thing after a forgotten 2003 TV movie…

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