Film, Film & TV, Review

Review: Greek Filmmaker Christos Nikou Debuts English-Language Fingernails with Impressive Cast and Mixed Results

It’s difficult to lock down exactly when Fingernails, the first English-language film from Greek director Christos Nikou (Apples), takes place. The obvious answer is that this vaguely sci-fi drama is […]

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Review: Whatever Path Your Life Takes, May it Lead You Away from the Dull, Uninspired Multiverse Rom-Com Look Both Ways

From director Wanuri Kahiu (Rafiki) and writer April Prosser comes another one of these stories that looks at a key moment in someone’s life and considers two possible paths that […]

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Review: A Father-Daughter Relationship on the Mend in Messy, Muddled Guest of Honour

Guest Of Honor

There was a time when writer/director Atom Egoyan (The Sweet Hereafter, Exotica) was one of the most interesting filmmakers out of Canada and a talent whose works were worthy of […]

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Review: Zombieland Sequel Reunites Original Cast, Finds Laughs Along the Way

Zombieland Double Tap

I’m not a big fan of the lazy question “Who asked for this sequel?” If the sequel in question is, you know, good, then I guess the answer to that […]

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Review: Film Adaptation of The Goldfinch Loses Far Too Much in Translation

The Goldfinch

Oh, this one is shit. I don’t care how many Pulitzer Prizes the book (from author Donna Tartt) may have won or how critically acclaimed it is. This movie adaptation […]

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Review: The Sting of Arizona Lands Between the Laughs

Arizona

Although the horror-comedy Arizona is the first feature from Jonathan Watson, he has actually spent many years working second unit on films and TV series created by the likes of […]

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Film Review:Brad’s Status An Anxiety Driven, Funny Film

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As disturbing or angst-ridden as they can get, I have a real affection for the works of Mike White, as both writer and director. His only previous time as a […]

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