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The Gentlemen

The Gentlemen marks a return to theme and largely to form for mockney movie auteur Guy Ritchie. Having recently produced the widely-panned King Arthur: Legend of the Sword and an underwhelming adaptation of Aladdin, Ritchie has now returned to the gangster comedy genre in which he made his name, a realm where he is evidently […]

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Widows

For Widows, Steve McQueen (12 Years A Slave [2013]; Shame [2011]) has teamed up with writer Gillian Flynn (Gone Girl [2014]) to make a genre film that is so much more than just that, with a stellar cast that delivers excellence from start to finish. The titular widows are titular for a reason. Their male counterparts are quickly […]

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The Killing of a Sacred Deer

Steven Murphy (Colin Farrell) is a renowned cardiothoracic surgeon. He’s married to Anna (Nicole Kidman), an ophthalmologist, and they have two children, Kim (Raffey Cassidy) and Bob (Sunny Suljic). They live extremely comfortable lives in a spacious and well-furnished home. Steven often meets with a teenager, Martin (Barry Keoghan), for lunches at a nearby diner, […]