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Film Review: Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery; Rian Johnson has his cake and eats it too with bigger, better sequel

November 22, 2022

Rian Johnson had far too much fun paying homage to the works of Agatha Christie in 2019’s star-studded crime comedy Knives Out.  To say he executed it perfectly would be putting it mildly, but whilst a sequel to such a set-up seemed like a given, how anything secondary would be navigated was another mystery in […]

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Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery is a playful experience that speaks to Rian Johnson’s ease as an intricate storyteller: TIFF 2022 Review

September 16, 2022

Rian Johnson had far too much fun paying homage to the works of Agatha Christie in 2019’s star-studded crime comedy Knives Out.  To say he executed it perfectly would be putting it mildly, but whilst a sequel to such a set-up seemed like a given, how anything secondary would be navigated was another mystery in […]

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Film Review: Isle Of Dogs (USA, 2018) is a tail of love and adventure in the face of adversity

April 11, 2018

Director Wes Anderson has gradually been making a name for himself as a quintessentially quirky auteur with his unique but meticulously detailed style. So it is no surprise at all that his latest stop-motion animation feature, Isle Of Dogs, is probably his most fine tuned film to date. Bringing a heartwarming tale about love, loyalty […]

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Will Smith confronts death, time, and love in new Collateral Beauty trailer

September 9, 2016

Collateral Beauty stars Will Smith as a brilliant and talented New York ad man who is mourning the death of his young daughter. As some sort of coping mechanism, Smiths character writes and posts letters to Death, Time, and Love, who he believes play an important part in our lives. He never expects to receive […]

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Film Review: Sausage Party (MA15+) (USA, 2016) is hilariously fun and… thought-provoking?

August 12, 2016

Seth Rogen has always been associated with stoner humour and raunchy comedy, but in the case of Sausage Party, he takes it to a whole new level. With animated films that have anthropomorphised objects like toys (i.e. the Toy Story films) and cars (i.e. Cars), Rogen had the idea to anthropomorphise consumer products while retaining […]

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