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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Blue Jasmine (2013)

There’s barely anybody else in cinema alive today who explores contemporary neuroses quite like Woody Allen. For over forty years, this filmmaker has cultivated a breed of unmistakably neurotic cinema…
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Hanna (2011)

Whilst sporadically absurd and often restrained, Hanna works well as a postmodern take on Brothers Grimm crossed with post-Cold War spy thriller. It’s smartly paced, impressively choreographed and directed by Wright, and anchored by a solid central performance by Ronan, who’s running ahead as best young actress of her time. Plus, it has Blanchett playing mega-bitch, too.
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