The Irishman Review: Cinema Awakens From Slumber Age Is Just A Number

The gang of Marty, Bob, Al, and Joe sound like a quartet based out of a Brooklyn mechanic garage but

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Ocean Film Festival UK Tour: A Rousing Return The Seductive Sea

Now on its sixth year, the Ocean Film Festival returns to Britain at a time when we need our socio-political

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Retro Steady Cut: Apocalypse Now, And Then 40 Years On, Still The Greatest War Movie Ever Made

Our motto: Apocalypse Now. No this isn’t the tagline for Brexiteers and Trump supporters’ ongoing campaign for fascistic values, it

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High Life Review: A Tantalisingly Conceived But Essentially Barren Paternal Sci-Fi Journey Lost in Space

In High Life, Monte (Robert Pattinson) and his baby daughter, Willow (Scarlett Lindsay), are the last survivors aboard a cubic

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Reflecting on ‘Shoplifters’ and Poverty To Have Nothing and Everything

There is a certain clutter to poverty. Though material possessions aren’t owned by desire but by necessity, the small spaces

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‘Mid90s’ Film Review Skate or Die

In Mid90s, Stevie (Sunny Celjic) is the youngest son to Dabney (Katherine Waterston) and little brother to Ian (Lucas Hedges),

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‘Under The Silver Lake’ Film Review L.A. Noire

The bland existence of jobless Sam (Andrew Garfield) is interrupted when he spies the mysterious beauty Sarah (Riley Keough) swimming

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‘Love, Death + Robots’ Episode 10 Review: “Shape-Shifters” Howl at the Moon

Love, Death + Robots is a Netflix Anthology series created by Tim Miller and David Fincher. Here is the review for Episode 10,

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‘Love, Death + Robots’ Episode 9 Review: “The Dump” Stig Senior

Love, Death + Robots is a Netflix Anthology series created by Tim Miller and David Fincher. Here is the review for Episode 9,

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‘Love, Death + Robots’ Episode 1 Review: “Sonnie’s Edge” Man and Beast

Love, Death + Robots is a Netflix Anthology series created by Tim Miller and David Fincher. Here is the review for Episode 1,

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Alien Autopsy: A perfect evolution from script to screen Taking a scalpel to a sci-fi classic

Alien Autopsy – A perfect evolution from script to screen Screenplay by Walter Hill and David Giler Based on an

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