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MOTHER! Review

THERE are many words that can be used to describe Mother!, the latest work from Pi and Black Swan director Darren Aronofsky. Intense is one. Surreal another. Bonkers even. Or maybe it is best to...

DUNKIRK Review

THERE are not many directors working today who can be trusted to deliver a World War Two movie with a production budget of $100 million. One is though and it is Christopher Nolan who brings...

La La Land Review

RYAN Gosling and Emma Stone reunite for the third time with Whiplash director Damien Chazelle at the helm in La La Land, a musical piece that has its share of heart but not to...

A Monster Calls Review

A YOUNG boy involved in a gruelling family matter finds potential for closure with help from a talking tree in J.A. Bayona’s A Monster Calls, a hybridity of social realism and fantasy that means...

Silence Review

DECADES in the making and after much uncertainty, Martin Scorsese at long last brings to the screen Silence, an often disturbing drama that may not be beloved as other works but presents as a...

Francofonia Review

RUSSIAN director Alexander Sokurov delves into the history of the Louvre in Francofonia, an appealing docudrama that no doubt will win over historians and fans of the so-called heir to Tarkovsky. Using a mix of...

Sully Review

PROVING that at 86 he’s still got it, Clint Eastwood teams up for the first time with Tom Hanks for the autobiographical Sully, an often gripping story of what is known as the Miracle...

Your Name Review

JAPANESE animation expresses its reliability yet again in world cinema with the anime Your Name, an interesting mix of genres that engages and impresses from beginning to end. Mitshua is a country girl who secretly loathes her...

Arrival Review

DENIS Villeneuve brings another enjoyable piece albeit of a different nature to previous efforts with Arrival, an intriguing mix of human drama and alien invasion headlined by Amy Adams and Jeremy Renner. The piece starts...

The Innocents Review

A CHALLENGING exploration of nuns in post-war Poland is the focus point for The Innocents, a difficult but rewarding piece from French director Anne Fontaine that wholly deserves any praise for which it receives. In the winter...
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