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TIFF Review: Pieces of a Woman is a moving drama and stellar acting showcase for Vanessa Kirby and Ellen Burstyn

September 18, 2020

The filmography of playwright/director Kornel Mundruczo is quite interesting from a first glimpse. The standout feature is the fact that his works are usually political parables disguised as genre fare. His last two films White God and Jupiter’s Moon delved into the horror/sci-fi genre but were more about the examination of the inner workings of […]

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Film Review: Borg vs McEnroe (Sweden, 2017) is an uneven film that never feels complete

November 15, 2017

Borg vs McEnroe feels like a film more tailored for the streaming services market.  A minor feature that’s likely to only really be of interest to tennis fanatics, and even then they might prefer a more traditional documentary, Janus Metz Pedersen‘s drama never feels like a complete production, despite its substantial focus on Bjorn Borg […]

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Film Review: American Honey (MA15+) (UK/USA, 2016) is a hypnotic, optimistic and euphoric experience

November 1, 2016

Director Andrea Arnold is probably one of the most distinct British directors working today. Her visual eye, her ability to capture slice-of-life moments in a compellingly cinematic way, and especially her way of extracting fantastic performances out of non-actors. Her films like Fish Tank (2009) and Wuthering Heights (2011) are true examples of such. Her latest […]

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Your wildest pop culture dreams are coming true at the Sydney Opera House with Bingefest

October 9, 2016

The Internet is coming this December. From Harambe (RIP), Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Shia LaBeouf‘s weird but strangely addictive performance art, the Opera House will launch its inaugural BINGEFEST – a place for all meme-lovers, cat video addicts, and binge-watchers alike to celebrate the pop culture world we live in. The two-day event will feature The Internet […]

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