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Overall “The Bromley Boys” always manages to slip itself up whenever it gets going

As fun as the plot is, The Bromley Boys is difficult to highlight much to praise in the execution. Everything is too run of the…

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Iraq-Set ‘Backstabbing for Beginners’ Is Too Crammed With Information to Make Sense

Backstabbing for Beginners takes an unsexy geopolitical scandal and makes it even more drab. Danish director Per Fly’s adaptation of Michael Soussan’s 2008 memoir of…

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Swinging Safari: Stephan Elliott’s cringe-worthy romp through the ’70s

Swinging Safari is a boisterous, high energy watch that delights itself in celebrating the grotesque, kitsch and excessive. Brash Aussie humour and entirely game performances…

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Dry Martina Review: An Aimless And Superficial Character Study

Dry Martina shares both a cinematographer and an unconventional, self-determined female protagonist with Sebastián Lelio’s A Fantastic Woman. Yet, mired in aimless plotting and mixed…

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Raid Movie: After A Few Stumbles, The Supense Thriller Lands On Its Feet

Raid comes at the right time – once again, the headlines are filled with breathless reports of a scam involving thousands of crores and white-collar…

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Alia Bhatt shines in Raazi: a muddled and improbable spy thriller

Meghna Gulzar’s new movie works hard to glide over the absurdity and soft jingoism of its source material. Raazi is utterly serious in its treatement…

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Sorry Angel review: a lovely, bittersweet gay romance that’s so drippingly French

Sensuality and mortality commingle defiantly in Christophe Honore’s radiant and wrenching new film, Sorry Angel (Plaire, aimer et courir vite). Premiering in competition at Cannes,…

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You Might Be the Killer peters out long before it reaches its less-than-memorable closing stretch

You Might Be the Killer: Another ’80s slasher homage. I never really thought this trend was a good idea–it’s too easy for the nostalgia humor,…

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Gotham by Gaslight (2018) is the thirtieth animated film from DC

Batman: Gotham by Gaslight is a murder mystery set in a Victorian-era Gotham City that pits the Caped Crusader against Jack the Ripper. While there…

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“Conductor”(De dirigent) is an Ultra-bloody Short About a Killer Drum Machine

The Conductor (De Dirigent) is the first feature length film created entirely by the artist Jeremy Mann. It is a story told through a dreamscape…

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