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Son of the South

Son of the South

...adeptly captures the prevailing mood and styles of the 1960s… shallow…heavy-handed…
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House of Inequity

House of Inequity

…vicious little scares on a modicum of a budget.
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Electrician

Electrician

Providing a grounded story, wrapped in a dreamlike aesthetic, Electrician may frustrate with how slowly Conway shows his cards, but
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Electrician

Electrician

Providing a grounded story, wrapped in a dreamlike aesthetic, Electrician may frustrate with how slowly Conway shows his cards, but it’s still an impressive debut.
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House of Inequity

House of Inequity

…vicious little scares on a modicum of a budget.
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Schemers

Schemers

There’s a story to be told here, but Schemers is not it.
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Returnal

Returnal

…a beautiful game, and those who have no fear of steep difficulty spikes and frequent restarts will no doubt engage fully with the impressive package...
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Those Who Wish Me Dead

Those Who Wish Me Dead

...neo-Western goodness with what are raring to be some of the most engaging characters of 2021.
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First Love

First Love

Expect twists, turns, surprises, violence, love and Miike’s wry, knowing wit.
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Son of the South

Son of the South

…well-intentioned but clunky…
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Finding You

Finding You

...a little (or a lot) too packed with poorly-written cliches but if you’re after a mood-booster and love a soapie, you might enjoy it.
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Out in the Open

Out in the Open

The cinematography by Pau Esteve Birba is amazing, the sweeping pans and intimate close-ups equally affecting.
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The Man in the Hat

The Man in the Hat

… lives in a shadow of Jacques Tati and Buster Keaton with its silent movie slapstick, but glows in the warmth of the French countryside.
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