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The Shape of Water Review by Richard Chester

FOR the last decade, Guillermo del Toro has focused on superheroes, Japanese robots and murderous siblings respectively. For his latest project, he turns his attention to 1960s America in The Shape of Water, an adult...

Phantom Thread Review by Richard Chester

IN what is expected to be his swansong, Daniel Day-Lewis reunites with his There Will Be Blood collaborator Paul Thomas Anderson for Phantom Thread, a beautifully-made insight into the world of couture in 1950s...

Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri Review

MARTIN McDonagh may just be one of those directors who gradually improves with each film. Though his debut feature In Bruges was arguably a misfire, Seven Psychopaths was a compensation of sorts. Three Billboards Outside...

Darkest Hour Review

GARY Oldman has spent over 30 years sealing his position as one of the greatest actors of his generation, if not the best. With a jaw-dropping diverse range of roles, his latest one will make...

The Top 5 Films of 2017

2017 has proven to be a solid year for cinema once again. From homegrown independent cinema to foreign arthouse, this year’s best five films are all worthy of their positions after sitting through dozens of...

Happy End Review

THERE is no denying that Michael Haneke is one of the most original directors working in cinema today. Funny Games in 1997 and The Piano Teacher in 2001 showcased his reputation for delivering genuinely provocative...

GOOD TIME Review

ROBERT Pattinson is still known by many for his appearances in the lucrative Twilight series. But since the final film in 2012, like his co-star and former partner Kristen Stewart, Pattinson has branched out into...

THE KILLING OF A SACRED DEER Review

FOLLOWING the success with their first collaboration The Lobster, Greek director Yorgos Lanthimos and Colin Farrell reteam for The Killing of a Sacred Deer, an uncomforting and often disturbing morality tale that stands out...

THE SNOWMAN Review

BACK in 2008, Michael Fassbender made his breakthrough in Hunger and Swedish director Tomas Alfredson gave Scandinavian horror a name for itself with his vampire parable Let the Right One In. Following on in 2011,...

ON BODY AND SOUL Review

AN UNUSUAL relationship story is the centrefold for On Body and Soul, a slow, quiet and likeable adult drama from Hungary that succeeds largely to its status as an often imagery-driven piece. When the film...
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