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Peacock review (DVD)

Films whose narrative rest on the affliction of multiple personality disorder seem to have a remarkably high success rate (Psycho, Dressed To Kill), and that trend continues with this slow-burning...

The East review

Marling and Batmanglij, who previously gave us the excellent Sound of My Voice, here have a broader canvas and a bigger budget to play with.

To Rome With Love review

Most of Allen's movies of the '70s and '80s never exceeded a 90-minute running time. Since then his films have become longer and his latest here stretches one's patience at times.

Super review (Blu-ray)

The superhero movie has reached a point that all popular genres eventually attain. The point at which the genre is running out of energy and clichés start forming.

Super review

The superhero movie genre has reached a point that all popular genres eventually attain. The point at which the genre is running out of energy and clichés start forming.

Inception review (Blu-ray)

It is, in my opinion, a rarity for a populist Hollywood film to be viewed as a measure of great filmmaking, upon which all other films should be judged, but...

Whip It review (DVD)

When did you last see a sports film about indie misfits? Let’s face it: sports movies for teenagers are either weepy Disney underdog stories or badly-written rebel-goes-good tripe like (shudder)...

Inception review

It is, in my opinion, a rarity for a populist Hollywood film to be viewed as a measure of great filmmaking, upon which all other films should be judged, but...