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Stress Positions

Imagine a 95-minute lecture, from someone who isn't quite as insightful as they believe themselves to be. A lecture which is a bit funny at times, occasionally gives you whiplash, [...]


Arcadian, a post-apocalyptic horror film, featuring Nicolas Cage in a (mostly) subdued role and performance, owes a lot to other films of this ilk. There are elements of M. Night [...]

The Old Oak

The Old Oak, the latest, and possibly the final film, from legendary director Ken Loach, is as vital, stirring, somber, and clear eyed as the rest of his work. Concentrating [...]


Scoop, from director Philip Martin, seems to want to be She Said, but fails to spark anywhere near the level of excitement, interest, importance or gravity of that earlier film. While [...]

The Listener

The Listener, from director Steve Buscemi, is an unusual film in the sense that it has only one onscreen character, a woman calling herself “Beth” who works for an unnamed [...]


The French director Luc Besson (Leon: The Professional, The Fifth Element) is one of the more idiosyncratic film makers working in mainstream movies. His latest work, Dogman, is another unusual [...]


Exhuma, the new film from South Korean director Jang Jae-hyun is a film of many parts, but two halves, and both offer a lot to viewers, though how much depends [...]

Road House (2024)

Director Doug Liman (Swingers, Go, The Bourne Identity) does not have a track record that indicates he would know better than to have remade Road House, the 1989 cult classic [...]

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