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  • Confess, Fletch


  • The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck


  • The Social Dilemma


  • The Living Daylights


Recent reviews

  • Glass Onion

    Glass Onion


    Bigger and more boisterous than its predecessor, though perhaps a tad overstuffed. It's a delight to watch the mystery's chaotic unravelling be treated with as much respect as its intricate construction.

  • The Banshees of Inisherin

    The Banshees of Inisherin


    A friendship sacrificed during an existential crisis and its irreparable consequences. Funny but never glib, which enriches its overarching sadness. Easily McDonagh's best since In Bruges.

Popular reviews

  • Kill Your Darlings

    Kill Your Darlings

    Telling the story of the murder in Riverside Park from Allen Ginsberg’s point of view ahead of the views of Lucien Carr, Jack Kerouac and William Burroughs is inexcusable. It’s undoubtedly an interesting story but by having to maintain Ginsberg as the main character, director John Krokidas fails to develop the relationships between the characters directly involved in the murder. Similarly, by just focussing on this event in Ginsberg’s life, Kill Your Darlings fails to deliver a satisfying portrait of…

  • Boyhood



    Richard Linklater’s Boyhood is an extraordinary film, both in its conception and its execution. In a world of ballooning budgets and opening weekend projections, a film like Boyhood shouldn’t exist, but thankfully it does and the end product is an endlessly fascinating and rewarding experience.

    Boyhood follows Mason Jr (Ellar Coltrane) as he grows up in Texas with his elder sister Samantha(Lorelai Linklater) and his separated parents (Patricia Arquette and Ethan Hawke) over 12 years, from early childhood to the…