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Featuring very adult themes and language, it’s a wild, dark, disturbing, laugh-out-loud funny, achingly serious morality tale.
Feminism, fetishism, free love and good old fashioned family dysfunction make for an ambitious undertaking, one which the film ultimately…
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This expedited team-up is a colossal, garish shambles that offers minor relief by being a smidgen less painful than Batman v Superman: Dawn…
Given the foul state of affairs around the world at the moment, I found its grinding pessimism oddly cathartic.
A long-forgotten tape of childhood memories forms the basis for Ross Sutherland’s spellbinding live show.
Borg vs. McEnroe remains watchable on the strength of its leads, who’re effective beyond the uncanny physical likeness to their real-life…
Each performance is very well drawn, with layers to sift through over the course of the drama.
Dominic Corry speaks with the duo behind this twin tale of high-end call girls, “suggested by” Steven Soderbergh’s film.
Thor continues his reign despite being challenged by death traps, bad mothers, and pony magic.
“The film isn’t a serious sociological examination. It’s a comedy, but one with some depth to it,” writes Tony Stamp.
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