• Mon. Jul 22nd, 2024

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Journeyman

Journeyman, Paddy Considine’s second feature, is a boxing film, and as such has the hallmark training montages, press conferences and bloody-fight scenes to prove it. But, much like Antoine Fuqua’s…

The Florida Project

Following the success of his iconic iPhone movie, Tangerine (2015), director Sean Baker has accomplished another triumph in filmmaking with The Florida Project. Set in the land of theme parks…

Okja

Okja is a Marmite film. Either you adore it, or you (like myself) find its wasted potential pretty disappointing. Highly anticipated by many and much-discussed, this film is dividing its…

Elle

Content Warning: Rape mentioned Paul Verhoeven’s latest film, Elle, is as controversial as they come. Carried by the immense talent of Isabelle Huppert, this revenge-thriller-cum-black-comedy is an utterly bizarre amalgamation…

Viceroy’s House

Gurinder Chadha’s films are typically concerned with the experiences of Indians living in England. In Viceroy’s House, she inverts her own convention to focus on the last English Viceroy of…

Trespass Against Us

Smith’s film, Trespass Against Us, follows the unconventional lives of father and son, Colby and Chad Cutler: criminals who exist in a world divorced from mainstream society and the confines…

Nocturnal Animals

Nocturnal Animals is a harrowing account of loss, revenge and justice; a set of entangled tales in which we see the catalytic devastation of heartbreak. In this – his sophomore…