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Title/Year
Author
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Wall Street in all its naked venality.
Posted Apr 15, 2016
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The Ticket (2016)
4
Fan (2016)
Despite the slapdash plotting, the film - taken from the point of view of the star - gives an uneasy insight into the celebrity's co-dependent relationship with the people who make him, and can destroy him.
Posted Apr 14, 2016
5
A gargantuan entertainment that finds room for a little emotional resonance underneath the sterling spectacle, "Captain America: Civil War" is a well-paced, thoroughly satisfying, completely overstuffed action-thriller.
Posted Apr 13, 2016
6
The lack of conflict or real insight could mean that the film's theatrical prospects might be limited to fashion fans, however its appeal within that section of the audience will be considerable.
Posted Apr 13, 2016
7
Bouquets all round: Stephen Frears goes broad in Florence Foster Jenkins, and the appeal should be wide.
Posted Apr 13, 2016
8
Desierto (2016)
9
Mammal (2015)
10
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Julieta (2016)
This is classic Almodovar, at home in Madrid for the most part, throwing vibrant colour on the screen in silky reds, blues and greens.
Posted Apr 8, 2016
12
Viva (2016)
The fact that the trajectory of Jesus' story is easy to predict doesn't lessen the emotional punch that the film delivers.
Posted Apr 7, 2016
13
Criminal (2016)
An awkward memory-transplant thriller which could have done with its own intelligence graft ...
Posted Apr 7, 2016
14
The Boss (2016)
Trying to balance her trademark bulldozer comedic style with a little more sweetness, Melissa McCarthy gets part of the way there with this sporadically funny film that has moments of real heart amidst a formulaic redemption story.
Posted Apr 6, 2016
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Hockney (2016)
18
A shiny, sprawling, if profoundly silly, studio spectacular.
Posted Apr 4, 2016
19
[A] faithful but fun movie [that should] still appeal to families ...
Posted Apr 3, 2016
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Glassland (2016)
Glassland is impressive, although Barrett struggles to give this carefully crafted narrative a coherent resolution.
Posted Mar 31, 2016
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Tai Chi Hero (2013)
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Vulgaria (2012)
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Francofonia (2016)
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Boulevard (2015)
37
An unflinching look at deteriorating working -- and non-working -- conditions for the common man and woman in contemporary France.
Posted Mar 28, 2016
38
The Fits (2016)
39
Messina is a young talent to watch.
Posted Mar 23, 2016
40
Wang's film has a grass roots, on-the-ground urgency: nervy, paranoid camerawork gives a sense of the realities of life on the sharp edge of activism.
Posted Mar 22, 2016
41
Gorging on bombast and self-importance, swamped by its own mythology, Batman v Superman is loud, sprawling, and distracted. The action jumps around almost as fast as a man can fly, but nowhere near as smoothly.
Posted Mar 22, 2016
42
Vardalos' broad routine hasn't aged well, her heavily-(and widely-) accented 'oily' Greek family an uncomfortable, almost retro fit for today's global sensitivities. Apart from that, the gags just aren't that funny.
Posted Mar 21, 2016
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Chevalier (2016)
45
A sticky vein of macabre humour is a key selling point for this genre-blurring adaptation of the cult novel by Dan Wells.
Posted Mar 15, 2016
46
The Bandit (2016)
It packs a meaty double whammy for anyone interested in mainstream Hollywood in the 1970s and 1980s.
Posted Mar 14, 2016
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Forget monsters: In "10 Cloverfield Lane," it's the paranoia and claustrophobia that will kill you.
Posted Mar 9, 2016
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Marguerite (2016)
Despite its running time, the film's suspense lasts until the final frames. The musical score -- both on-and-off key -- is splendid.
Posted Mar 8, 2016