Reviews

Federer: Twelve Final Days
Federer: Twelve Final Days Review

The last two years have seen the inexorable winding up of an era in men’s...

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Treasure
Treasure Review

Director Julia von Heinz takes on a lot here, wrangling a lightly comedic...

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Arcadian
Arcadian Review

When we first see Paul (Nicolas Cage) in Ben Brewer’s Arcadian, he’s...

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Horizon: An American Saga – Chapter 1
Horizon: An American Saga — Chapter 1 Review

The Western has been declared dead more often than Dracula, but Kevin Costner...

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Inside Out 2
Inside Out 2 Review

Of all the Pixar films to follow up, Inside Out seems the most risky. While the...

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Sasquatch Sunset
Sasquatch Sunset Review

Bigfoot has not enjoyed much in the way of flattering depictions on the screen;...

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The Dead Don't Hurt
The Dead Don’t Hurt Review

It’s not unusual for a Western to open with a figure on horseback. However,...

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The Watched
The Watched Review

Based on a novel by Irish author A.M. Shine, writer-director Ishana Night...

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Bad Boys: Ride Or Die
Bad Boys: Ride Or Die Review

Maybe it’s the Florida heat, but this series about Miami cop-buddies named...

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Jim Henson Idea Man
Jim Henson Idea Man Review

Everyone loves the Muppets. That is simply a truism in life, for anyone with a...

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Young Woman And The Sea
Young Woman And The Sea Review

This portrait of real-life swimmer Gertrude Ederle feels resolutely...

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William Shatner: You Can Call Me Bill
William Shatner: You Can Call Me Bill Review

Anyone expecting the usual A-list documentary fodder — wacky on-set...

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Sting
Sting Review

Sting starts with a bang. An old woman with short-term memory loss is...

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The Beast
The Beast Review

Opening with an actress screaming at an invisible attacker while filming a...

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Furiosa
Furiosa: A Mad Max Saga Review

In 1979, George Miller made his feature debut with Mad Max, a modest,...

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Atlas
Atlas Review

These days, any original sci-fi film is worth cheering for; one boasting...

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The Garfield Movie
The Garfield Movie Review

Garfield — the lasagne-loving, Monday-hating, greedy, grumpy cat originating...

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Hit Man
Hit Man Review

It’s taken a while for Glen Powell to truly step into the spotlight. After...

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IF (2024)
IF (2024) Review

On paper, John Krasinski’s IF has all the right ingredients for a fun-filled,...

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Hoard
Hoard Review

Perhaps it comes as no surprise that a film named Hoard is, well, disgusting....

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La Chimera
La Chimera Review

Soil gently brushed off an ancient piece of pottery, paint peeling from a villa...

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Tarot
Tarot Review

It is, generally speaking, ill-advised to go into creepy basements in rented...

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Kingdom Of The Planet Of The Apes
Kingdom Of The Planet Of The Apes Review

It may be hard to get excited about a sequel trilogy to a prequel trilogy to...

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Unfrosted
Unfrosted Review

Hollywood’s recent predilection for depicting the invention of particular...

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The Idea Of You
The Idea Of You Review

Fans of boybands love to fantasise. When rich emotional worlds can be spun from...

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The Fall Guy
The Fall Guy Review

How do we live in a time where the Academy still hasn’t recognised...

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The American Society Of Magical Negroes
The American Society Of Magical Negroes Review

Despite a provocative title, The American Society Of Magical Negroes’ worst...

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Ordinary Angels
Ordinary Angels Review

The phrase “faith-based drama” is one to strike fear into the hearts of all...

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Boy Kills World
Boy Kills World Review

The ‘badass guy goes on rampage after his family and/or dog is murdered’...

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