Steven Spielberg’s “The Post” is on par with the most renown dramas about journalism.
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“The Shape Of Water” is a beautiful tale about love and loneliness that touches the depths of the audience’s imagination, whilst being one of the most creatively challenging films in many years. A lovely, lovely offering from Guillermo Del Toro.
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“All The Money In The World” checks many boxes of a good film, but it is still a chore to sit through.
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Gary Oldman’s phenomenal spectacle carries the weight of a film, which lacks both speech power and enough strength to justify its existence.
Continue reading “Enemy At The Gates – The Darkest Hour (2017)”
The raving reviews that followed first screenings of “Stronger” suggested that this American drama could be an Oscar contender. Unfortunately, it wasn’t.
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“Sideways” (Yol Kenari in original title) could be a masterpiece,. Instead, it’s a chore to sit through.
Continue reading “Notes On: Sideways/Yol Kenari (2017)”
Pigs aren’t really the cutest of animals – maybe apart from the Bahama’s swimming pigs.
Continue reading “Everyone’s guilty – Okja (2017)”
Craig Zahler’s “Brawl In The Cell Block 99” made quite a stunning premiere in Toronto in the Midnight Madness Section. Was it the alcohol that made it watchable?
Continue reading “A Boring Descent To Hell – “Brawl In The Cell Block 99” (2017)”
Although undeniably great at the conceptual level, “Candiland” fails to deepen the psychological depth it wishes to explore.
Continue reading “Obsession Is Hell Of A Drug – Candiland (2016)”