The Occupant review – a dark psychological thriller from Spain Moving Out

David and Àlex Pastor’s throwback noir The Occupant, now available on Netflix, is a good example of a classic genre

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Curtiz review – a stylized love letter to Casablanca and classic cinema Here's looking at you from a different angle, kid

Now available to stream on Netflix during your days of lonely isolation, Tamas Yvan Topolanszky’s debut feature Curtiz is a stylish biopic

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Crip Camp second opinion – from escaping societal prejudices to inspiring activism Infectious and inspiring.

Netflix documentary film Crip Camp will be released on the platform on March 25, 2020 — add it to your

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The Banker review – a formulaic film that offers a mild return on your investment A Bankable Effort

Apple’s first big dive into popular feature films is a fairly formulaic biopic of two men who attempted to subvert

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The Burnt Orange Heresy review – a dull, uneven adaption of a Willeford novel A Bad Romance

Who doesn’t love a good heist film? I sure do, and I may argue that it’s hard not to make

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The Platform review – an unsubtle anti-capitalism horror with plenty to chew on Eat Your Fill

The Platform (Netflix) quite literally makes a meal of its metaphors, but perhaps in our thoroughly divided age, that’s just

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A Life of Speed: The Juan Manuel Fangio Story review – a feat that will never be repeated Old vs Modern times

A Life of Speed: The Juan Manuel Fangio Story will be released on Netflix on March 20th, 2020 – Add

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Ultras review – hooliganism runs rampant in this debut feature Boys' Club

The timing either couldn’t be better or couldn’t be worse for Francesco Lettieri’s debut feature Ultras (Netflix), a solid drama about hooliganism

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Lost Girls review – a film that is hard to recommend or disregard The Missing

I wrote a special feature for the good people of Ready Steady Cut last fall celebrating the 20-year anniversary of

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Go Karts review – Netflix film is average storytelling but a thrilling ride Don't overtake from the outside.

Netflix Australian film Go Karts will be released on the platform on March 13, 2020 — add it to your

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The Hunt review – a gory good time that bleeds red and blue Red-State vs. Blue-State

There has been much negative controversy on social media over the new horror-thriller The Hunt, from director Craig Zobel. However,

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Bloodshot review – about as common an action-adventure film as O+ Spattered

I can’t think of many superstars who built a career with lasting legs based on a single (and everlasting) film series

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The Way Back review – a smart script that doesn’t turn the ball over Rock Bottom

There are so many things that could have gone wrong in Gavin O’Connor’s latest sports film, The Way Back. He

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The Traitor review – an unconventional mafia tale that’s a brutal knockout Our Godfather

The knock on Marco Bellocchio’s Il traditore since premiering in 2019 at Cannes is the disorganized way the script handles

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Our Godfather review – a polarizing documentary feature The Traitor

Our Godfather is an interesting case study — fascinating really, in taking away the Hollywood lore of most gangster films for

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