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Filmworker Review
May 25, 2018 | Movie Reviews
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Masters of Cinema Review: Marty (1955)
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Deadpool 2 Review
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The Bookshop Review
May 12, 2018 | Movie Reviews
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How to Talk to Girls at Parties Review
May 10, 2018 | Movie Reviews

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Filmworker Review

Stanley Kubrick is arguably one of the greatest film directors ever to have lived, making highly regarded films like Dr. Strangelove, A Clockwork Orange and Full Metal Jacket. He was a director many actors wanted to work with – including Leon Vitali. Vitali was a young actor in the 1970s – appearing on the stage and British TV – […]

6.5
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Masters of Cinema Review: Marty (1955)

Marty, Best Picture winner and first ever recipient of the Cannes Festival Palme d’Or, has been restored and re-released as part of Eureka’s Masters of Cinema collection. Directed by Delbert Mann, this 1955 classic is a flawed, but endearing romantic drama. Marty (Ernest Borgnine) is a 34-year old butcher who lives with his mother. Customers, […]

8.0
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Deadpool 2 Review

Fox were taken by surprise by the success of Deadpool in 2016, making $783 million from a $58 million budget. So the studio fast-tracked a sequel which even led to the first film’s director walking away. However, with a famously known fan acting as a writer and producer as well as starring, the sequel should […]

3.0
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The Bookshop Review

For many people in the world, there is nothing more comforting than the local bookshop. Even though it is not a library, the hushed tones of customers rustling through the aisles and attempting to find a hidden literary treasure is a unique experience. Complementing the familiar scent of new books are the memories of past […]

3.7
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How to Talk to Girls at Parties Review

Amidst the success of the TV adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s American Gods, and anticipation for the upcoming Good Omens series comes a feature-length adaptation of one of Gaiman’s short stories: How to Talk to Girls at Parties from Hedwig and the Angry Inch director John Cameron Mitchell. The surrealist story about teen punks in 1970s Croydon, […]

2.0
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Sherlock Gnomes Review

‘The most difficult crime to track is the one which is purposeless.’ – Sir Arthur Conan Doyle Seven years have passed since the war of the gnomes occurred to the soundtrack of Elton John classics in Gnomeo and Juliet. The animated retelling of the Shakespearean classic of Romeo and Juliet provided families with a forgettable, but a […]

8.5
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Avengers: Infinity War Review

Avengers: Infinity War directed by the Russo Brothers, the team responsible for the last two Captain America films, Winter Soldier and Civil War, is the latest and possibly next to last Avengers film starring every major cast member from every major Marvel film released in the last ten years. Thanos (Josh Brolin), the villain famously teased in […]

7.5
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Breath Review

For those unfamiliar with the work of novelist Tim Winton, they should do all they can to get ahold of one of his books. His writing manages to capture a side of the Australian soul that is unrivaled in modern literature. His novel Breath is an example of his uncanny ability to convey the beauty of this […]

7.0
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Unsane Review

Steven Soderbergh is a director with unprecedented success in cinemas with his Ocean’s 11 series and an Academy Award to his name due to Erin Brockovich. Despite having a celebrated career, one label that he cannot wear is conventional. Since his introduction to audiences with his Cannes Film Festival winner, Sex, Lies and Videotape, he has […]

9.6
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The Wound (Inxeba) Review

South Africa’s nomination for the Best Foreign Language Oscar that just missed the cut, The Wound is an incredibly raw and gripping social drama set amongst the South African Xhosa tribe’s coming of age ritual, Ukwaluka. Amongst the young initiates taken to the mountains for ritual circumcision and the subsequent healing process is urban youth […]

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