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  • Promising Young Woman

    Promising Young Woman

    ★★★★

    Can You Guess What Every Woman’s Worst Nightmare Is?
    An intriguing look at trauma and revenge, Carey Mulligan shines in the unpredictable Promising Young Woman.
    This stylish piece makes for a socially relevant and important watch that's shamelessly liberating personality hides a gritty and upsetting story of grief.
    Mulligan gives an incredible lead performance channeling years of frustration into a very particular and meticulous character - I'm excited to see if the award buzz translates later this year. Bo Burnham

  • Soul

    Soul

    ★★★★★

    Your Life is About to Start.
    Pixar has tackled our emotions, our childhoods, and even the monsters under our bed, so it makes sense that their next logical step would be to discuss the meaning of life.
    Soul is the story of Joe, who after losing his passion gets the chance to evaluate his life when he is transported out of his body to the great beyond. But more importantly, Soul is a clear and obvious reminder of why Pixar…

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  • The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet's Nest

    The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet's Nest

    ★★★½

    No Job is Worth Dying For.
    The final instalment in the Millennium Trilogy sees Noomi Rapace's on trial for her life as her past finally catches up to her.
    This is a great finale to the trilogy but is much more character-focused with the violence taking back seat. This story of corruption and betrayal relies on Rapace and your connection to her character and again like The Girl Who Played With Fire, it feels like the finale of an excellent…

  • The Girl Who Played with Fire

    The Girl Who Played with Fire

    ★★★½

    I Will Not Abandon Her.
    Where The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo can stand alone as a fantastic and dark mystery film, the following two installments continue to build the world but feel more like an in-depth TV mini-series than the feature film experience of its predecessor. There's something in the way that Daniel Alfredson directs compared to Niels Arden Oplev - the images feel flat and the 1.85:1 aspect ratio that takes away from the cinematic feel.
    That isn't…

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  • Tenet

    Tenet

    ★★★★½

    Welcome to the Afterlife.
    It's rare to be this excited about a film you know nothing about. Shrouded in mystery, TENET is not only Nolan's return to the big screen but for much of the world, it's the first major release in months which only increased the anticipation.
    For many reasons, TENET is a film that demands multiple viewings; from its reality-bending plot, jaw-dropping practical sequences, and the sheer complexity of the premise that leaves elements that will only make…

  • Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse

    Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse

    ★★★★★

    With Great Power...
    Believe the Hype.
    Spider-Verse is one of the finest animations I have ever seen and has instantly shot to one of my favourite films of the year. I have never seen a film like it.
    Every so often one of those films comes along that feels like it's made for you. The comic book vibrant pop-art style animation, multiverses, superheros and the quick-witted humour that Lord & Miller nail so well, made for me - a cinematic experience…