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BFI London Film Festival 2017 Review: Loveless
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BFI London Film Festival 2017 Review: Downsizing

Downsizing is a film that starts out with a phenomenal concept but gets a little lost in the execution. A brilliant scientific breakthrough allows people to be shrunk down to five inches tall, ostensibly for the purposes of saving resources, and therefore the planet. The film starts strong, with a funny and engaging introduction to the […]

5.0
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BFI London Film Festival 2017 Review: Cargo

Cargo, co-written and directed by Gilles Coulier, is a drama about three brothers who own a fishery business that’s on its last legs. It tries to be a quiet, introspective character study but is so understated that it ends up being frustratingly dull and opaque. With their father on his deathbed, Jean (Sam Louwyck) finds […]

1.0
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BFI London Film Festival 2017 Review: Ingrid Goes West

Ingrid Goes West is a dreadfully dull and pointless movie – a prime example of how to waste a talented cast while pretending you have some kind of meaningful social commentary. Ingrid (Aubrey Plaza) is a mentally unstable young woman prone to obsessing over the lives of complete strangers and believing herself to be their […]

6.5
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Three Summers Review

Festivals are great because you get to just walk around the corner and see a new band that you’ve heard but not had the chance to check out. – Johnny Marr At a recent talk on the subject of the film industry, The Big Picture’s Mark Hadley shared the four categories of Australian cinema. The historical epic, […]

8.0
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BFI London Film Festival 2017 Review: Loveless

Directed by Andrey Zvyagintsev (Leviathan), Loveless is an achingly authentic drama about a Russian family whose young child goes missing. Zhenya (Maryana Spivak) and Boris’ (Aleksey Rozin) marriage is in complete shambles. The two can’t stand each other, no longer live together and both of them are seeing other people. Their young son Alexey (Matvey […]

7.2
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BFI London Film Festival 2017 Review: Call Me By Your Name

Based on the novel by André Aciman, Call Me By Your Name tells the story of a dreamily erotic summer romance between a graduate student and his professor’s son. Set at the family’s summer home in Northern Italy, the film flits in and out of English, Italian, and French, with plenty of Latin and Greek […]

8.9
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BFI London Film Festival 2017 Review: Loving Vincent

This highly anticipated artistic endeavor utterly lives up to the sky-high expectations. A film where every frame is hand painted in the style of one of the most famous painters ever is such a staggering feat to even consider, to the extent that watching it is an almost emotional experience. Douglas Booth is a compelling […]

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