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  • The Whale
  • The Banshees of Inisherin
  • Avatar: The Way of Water

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  • Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery

    Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery


    There are less donut holes and more layers upon layers in this Knives Out mystery. Glass Onion, like the film before it, is smart, whippy and fun. A completely fresh cast in a new, glamorous setting, with more sharp turns and flashbacks to keep the viewer guessing. Though bigger is not always better, as is evident in Johnson’s sneaky, rug-pulling sequel.

    The cast is fantastic. I was most happy to see Leslie Odom Jr. in a big movie, looking all…

  • The Whale

    The Whale


    LFF Film #3

    In true Aronofsky style, his new film The Whale, adapted from a play of the same name, polarises audiences with its depiction of human redemption through a character suffering from severe obesity. The film is already causing a spike in discussion, for better or for worse, but the one thing that most are agreed on, is the breathtaking, star-reclaiming performance by its leading man, Brendan Fraser.

    Themes of guilt, regret, self-loathing, and sexuality are weaved within the…

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  • The Suicide Squad

    The Suicide Squad


    It started off so well. 

    Those opening 15/20 minutes were awesome; great jokes, fun action, complete uncertainty of what would happen. And then it went in a downward spiral of being edgy for the sake of being edgy, just seeming to drag on and on. Gunn knows how to write his characters, that much should be said. Just like with Guardians, he takes these complicated, misfit characters and makes them loveable. Unfortunately, it just didn’t feel like he knew exactly…

  • Dune



    This is only the beginning.

    After being pushed back a year, Denis Villeneuve’s Dune is finally here. A cavernous, space-sprawling epic that warrants being experienced on the biggest screen possible. Based on the novel of the same name, Herbert’s world is bleakly translated to the screen in a most fitting way. Though the film wastes no time throwing you into the deep-end, its beautifully tight structure washes over you and transports you into the sandy, wide vistas of Arrakis. An…