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Review: The King

The King Trailer Anyone with a keen interest in this site (and there are so many!) knows that I loves me a bit of Shakespeare, and I loves me a bit of Henry V, the Bard’s closest equivalent to a … Continue reading

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Review: The Laundromat

The Laundromat Trailer You know, for a man who famously claimed he was giving up directing movies in 2013, Stephen Soderbergh sure does direct a lot of movies. The Laundromat, another Netflix exclusive, is actually his second of this year, … Continue reading

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Review: Kardec, Mayday Life, Tall Girl, Shanghai Fortress

Kardec Trailer In 19th century France, disillusioned educator Hippolyte Rivail is disgusted at the rising phenomenon of “spinning tables” and seances, that claim to offer a means of communicating with the beyond. But when he is convinced to undertake a … Continue reading

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Review: The Boy Who Harnessed The Wind

The Boy Who Harnessed The Wind Trailer It is fair to say that I would probably watch Chewital Ejiofor act out the phone book. He’s one of the best living actors, being involved in numerous productions – be it Serenity, … Continue reading

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Review: American Factory

American Factory Trailer Here’s something that’s timely, almost suspiciously so: in the wake of the escalating trade war between the People’s Republic of China and the United States of Trump, the production company of one Barack and Michelle Obama releases … Continue reading

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Review: The Red Sea Diving Resort

The Red Sea Diving Resort Trailer Hey, it’s the height of the cold war, and a bunch of spies have to orchestrate a large-scale fabrication in a hostile country in order to rescue a bunch of stranded people in need, … Continue reading

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Review: Always Be My Maybe, I Am Mother, Diego Maradona, Wine Country

It’s the June round-up! Always Be My Maybe Trailer As kids, and then teenagers, Sasha (Ali Wong) and Marcus (Randell Park) are inseparable, until the awkward moment when their friendship crosses some boundaries. Years later Sasha is a successful, but … Continue reading

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