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Review: Their Finest (2017)

Magical chemistry abounds in Lone Scherfig’s Their Finest, a british foray intol love, war and the poetry behind early cinema. Taking place in 1940 England, where life and property are simply another odd chance off for German bombers, we find a strong and charasmatic married woman that wills herself onward. …

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Review: The Lost City of Z (2017)

The story of explorers becoming transfixed by the wonders (and rubber industry) of the Amazon has almost become its own sub-genre at this point. With the likes of Fitzcarraldo, Embrace of the Serpent, and Aguirre, the Wrath of God, it also contains some of the most brilliantly realized films in cinematic history. Sure, …

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Review: The Promise (2017)

After loads of controversy and speculation as to just where the critical response might fall, Terry George’s The Promise is finally out in the world, ready to teach us more about the Armenian Genocide . . . and love triangles. Oh, the love triangles! You think you know about that tragic ménage à …

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Review: Gifted (2017)

Remember when Chris Evans was underrated? This was back in the days of Johnny Storm and being that one guy in Sunshine, when very few people would consider his to be a career worth watching. Sure, he was charismatic, but all he could play was the party boy. He was like …

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Review: Going in Style (2017)

Ladies and gentlemen, I present to you Zach Braff’s remake of Going in Style: the definition of an adequate movie. Looking for a simple story you’ve seen time and time again? Boy, have I got a script for you. Oh, you’d like an elderly star who exudes charm and well-tuned …

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Review: Ghost in the Shell (2017)

After what seems like decades of back and forth about whether there would ever be a live action Ghost in the Shell film and who could possibly direct it, here we are at long last with Rupert Sanders’ American adaptation. Does it bring the cybernetic wizardry and heady pathos of …

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