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Captain Marvel

It’s fitting that this 21st entry in the Marvel Cinematic Universe starts with a reimagining of the Marvel title introduction that honours the late legend Stan Lee. Captain Marvel is all about memory and uncovering the past to learn more about yourself, and using this knowledge in the name of a better future. The first […]

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The Glass Castle

The Glass Castle is both an unfeigned, affective story and a fizzled mess. The film’s structure feels chaotic and unfocused, yet long and drawling – perhaps this was the intention of co-writer and director Destin Daniel Cretton, whose filmmaking echoes the uneasiness of the plot’s content. The film is adapted from Jeannette Walls’ best-selling memoir […]

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Room

  Room is the story of Jack and his mother Joy, who the audience first sees inhabiting a small, dirty room. There is a bed, a cupboard, a bath, a small table, a television and that’s about it. Their hair is long and dank, they look pale and sickly and we don’t know how they […]