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Jackie (2017)

Grief, at least on this planet, spares no one. Not even a magnificently bejewelled, bouffant-haired, Chanel-coutured First Lady of the United States, who is naturally expected to project impeccable poise…
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Gold (2017)

If the likes of Mud, Interstellar, Dallas Buyers Club, True Dectective and The Wolf of Wall Street haven’t convinced you of The McConaughey Effect, something must be wrong with you.…
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The Best of Cinema: 2016 Supercut

The Year 2016 was a year we’d all love to hate. Alright, ‘hate’ is too strong a word and there’s certainly too much of that in our planet already. Nonetheless, we might as well eschew 2016 A.D., reduce it into a blip or a little fart in the history of our species for once again, more than any other year, humankind proved its incurable capacity for Grand Idiocy.
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Allied (2016)

Let’s get that damn elephant out of the room. The private lives of our silver screen stars theoretically have no place in the judgement of the cinematic products we consume,…
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Me Before You (2016)

I cannot begin to tell you, dear reader, how much I actively despise the existence of this movie. Not only does its title scream of horrid selfishness (‘me’ comes before ‘you’, even…
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Possession (1981)

Divorce ain’t easy. Same in real life as it is in movies, the conscious uncoupling of the human species are most likely prone to jealousy, selfishness and bitter break-ups rather…
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Carol (2015)

There’s rarely anything out there that feels as deeply as Carol. Todd Haynes’ achingly sublime, artful evocation of love is a rarefied, nearly-extinct breed of cinema that breathes life into the classically…
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Love (2015)

It must be hard being labelled as a “provocateur” these days. In this hardly shockable 21st century, to be a filmmaker of outrage must come with such exorbitant amount of…
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