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Cult Column: Boys Don’t Cry (1999)

They say that you do crazy things for people that you love, but maybe that isn’t the case. Boys Don’t Cry (1999) demonstrates that life isn’t crazy – people are. People are capable of horrendous atrocities when they are afraid and when they can’t understand something. The film is based on the true event of […]

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Fifty Shades Freed

The only thing that is free in this film is the gratuitous laughter that comes from how utterly seriously it takes itself. The final instalment of EL James’ erotic romance series, Fifty Shades Freed is predictably shallow, superficial and outrageously off-putting. Director James Foley also helmed the second film, Fifty Shades Darker, which probably explains […]

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Jupiter’s Moon

Directed by Kornél Mundruczó, whose previous feature was the apocalyptic canine drama White God (2014), Jupiter’s Moon explores themes of existentialism, morality and religion, all hidden under the guise of corruption and violence within a mafia-like, border control system. The film’s key antagonist is an archetype of a bull-headed, gun-slinging mercenary, relentlessly chasing down the […]