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Film Review: Detroit

Kathryn Bigelow’s Detroit is an almost feverishly intense historical drama that concludes with a careful credit stating that the film is drawn from the testimon…

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Film Review: Three Summers

Three Summers feels altogether forced and contrived, with a few nice performances and good intentions ground down by sheer irksomeness, as major contemporary th…

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Film Review: Loving Vincent

This lavish production from Dorota Kobiela and Hugh Welchman was created using oil paintings for each of the 65000 frames, and the effect is at times absolutely…

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Film Review: The Midwife

The Midwife from writer/director Martin Provost (best-known outside Europe for the biopic Séraphine) is a comedic character piece that threatens to get awfully …

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Film Review: Thor: Ragnarok

Thor: Ragnarok might have an unbalanced plot and way too many characters sharing the screen, but that hardly matters as excellent performances and a hilarious s…

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Film Review: Good Time

Robert Pattinson finally shakes off that Twilight shame with this tense, foul-mouthed and ironically-titled character/crime drama from the Safdie brothers, name…

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Film Review: Paths of the Soul

Yang Zhang’s Paths of the Soul is a docudrama shot under treacherous conditions, and works beautifully as a study of faith, compassion and spirituality.…

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Film Review: The Mountain Between Us

While The Mountain Between Us flirts with being tough and unsentimental, it’s actually all a bit contrived and soppy, with only stars Kate Winslet and Idris Elb…

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