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Tracks: film review

Director John Curran’s Tracks is a road trip film with a twist: there is no road, there is no car, and the journey revolves around one person. Mia Wasikowska plays Robyn Davidson, a real-life fr…

Film review: 12 years a slave

Slavery will always be a hot button issue for the American film industry, and there is something endlessly horrifying about watching depictions of it. As Quentin Tarantino reminded us in Django Unchai…

Movie review: About Time

If you could go back in time whenever you liked, introduce yourself to the object of your affections again and again and keep refining your pick up moves until eventually this person fell for you, doe…

Film review: Gravity

In Mexican writer/director Alfonso Cuarón’s Children of Men (2007), a science fiction drama set in a future world where humankind no longer has the ability to procreate, several elaborate long t…

Man of Steel film review

The shadow Christopher Nolan’s Batman movies have cast over the comic book superhero blockbuckster is so large, so bleak, and indicative of a style so doggedly averse to embracing any manner of …

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