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mother! (2017)

As a filmmaker, Darren Aronofsky has never been one to shy away from the extremes of human behaviour, whether exploring its darkest heart, exposing its deepest psychosis or celebrating its brightest achievements. 954 more words

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Dunkirk - Review

Based on the events of the 1940 evacuation, Dunkirk tells the story of various British soldiers who attempted to escape France, and of the civilians coming to their aid. 723 more words

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Prisoners - Review

The last few years for Denis Villeneuve have been exceptional. Off the back of the tremendously tense Sicario, he directed the critically acclaimed sci-fi mystery… 420 more words

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Baby Driver - Review

A recent Forbes article compared Edgar Wright’s new heist comedy Baby Driver to the game series Grand Theft Auto. Arguably the best moments of Grand Theft Auto… 402 more words

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Buried - Review

Buried is a film where, basically, nothing happens very intensely for 90 minutes. Paul Conroy (Ryan Reynolds) wakes up to find that he has been buried alive in a small wooden coffin after being taken hostage in Iraq. 237 more words

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Sully - Review

Sully, directed by Clint Eastwood, tells the story of Captain Chelsea ‘Sully’ Sullenberger (the ever-reliable Tom Hanks), the pilot who miraculously landed a plane on the Hudson River in New York, saving the lives of all one hundred and fifty-five people on board. 344 more words

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La La Land - Review

Ever since it premiered at the Venice Film last summer, Damien Chazelle’s La La Land has been riding a wave of hype and excitement that may well culminate in a Best Picture Oscar win in this year’s Academy Awards. 440 more words

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