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Review: The Worst Person in the World

This article was originally submitted on the 1st April Rating: ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ At various points in Joachim Trier’s new masterpiece The Worst Person in the World, the camera focuses in on…

Review: Paris, 13th District

This article was originally submitted on the 27th March During a single short scene of Paris, 13th District, Jacques Audiard’s extraordinary exploration of digital-age love and lust (not usually in…

Review: Jeen-Yuhs: A Kanye Trilogy

This article was originally submitted on the 26th March At a time when Kanye West seems at his most unhinged—burying Pete Davidson alive in revenge-fueled music videos is certainly a…

Review: Happening

Glasgow Film Festival Exclusive Amid a recent slew of women-directed abortion dramas including the likes of Never Rarely Sometimes Always, Unpregnant, and Portrait of a Lady on Fire, Happening, Audrey…

Review: The Batman

Ever since Christopher Nolan broke the bank with 2008’s The Dark Knight, the onscreen Batman story has struggled. Nolan’s sweeping, post-9/11 crime drama redefined what superhero cinema could be, and…

Review: The Real Charlie Chaplin

Both a critical profile of the great comedian and a history of cinematic stardom, The Real Charlie Chaplin, though not offering anything revelatory, is as thoughtful and incisive as the…

Review: Moonfall

Every so often, a major studio releases a picture of such shockingly low quality that everyone, from critics to mass audiences to industry professionals alike, reels in surprise. The most…

Cult Column: Jules et Jim

Rating: Jules et Jim, a cornerstone work of the French New Wave, was recently screened at Filmhouse as part of a retrospective on the great director François Truffaut. It is…