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Review: Dogman

Dogman is one of the most extraordinary films of the past years and a huge step forward for Italian cinema. Directed by Matteo Garrone,...

Review: Halloween

Doing relative justice to Michael Myers at this point shouldn’t be hard. The sturdy serial killer, who reformed the horror genre back in 1978...

Film Unit Review: Tokyo Story

As part of Film Unit’s plan for world domin…I mean to get our name out, I (along with a couple of others) I am...

Review: Apostle

Set in the early 20th century, opium addict Thomas Richardson (Dan Stevens) sets off for a faraway island in search of his sister Andrea...

Review: King of Thieves

The Hatton Garden Heist is probably the most notorious burglary of recent times. While the heist wasn’t successful, the infamous tale has been turned...

Review: Crazy Rich Asians

Funny, charming and heart-warming: if you're a fan of a good rom-com, you'll love Crazy Rich Asians. In between all the family drama and...

Review: Christopher Robin

Years after departing the Hundred Acre Wood, Christopher Robin is a father with a job at a suitcase company, which often keeps him away...

Review: Conny Plank – The Potential of Noise

The title Conny Plank - The Potential of Noise reveals the most important part of this informative documentary; Plank’s belief in the power of...

Review: Disenchantment Season 1

Having perfectly parodied present day suburbia with The Simpsons and skillfully satirised sci-fi with Futurama, the medieval fantasy and fairy tale setting of Matt...

Review: The Negotiator

Tony Gilroy, writer and director of the Oscar nominated Michael Clayton and writer of all the Jason Bourne movies, has produced the work of...

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