REVIEW: ‘Old’ (2021) – Twisty Thriller Marks a Confident Shyamalan Return

Much like every other movie from Shyamalan’s filmography, this film leaves the viewer hanging on the edge of their seat for the entire runtime.

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Top of the Docs #53 – SHEFFIELD DOC/FEST REVIEW: ‘Factory to the Workers’ (2021)

‘Factory to the Workers’ explores the only example of a working factory co-operative in post-socialist Europe, examining its triumphs, its shortcomings, and what is holding it back.

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REVIEW: ‘Jumbo’ Is An Inventive Hybrid of a Modern Love Story and a Full-Body Sensory Experience

Zoé Wittock makes her feature directorial debut with Jumbo, sporting an equal disregard for the conservative, in both a fantasmic and ambitious fashion.

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REVIEW — ‘Hungry Hearts’ (2014) Has Rich Ideas and Depth Beyond an Awkward Surface

A dark look at parenthood and the exceptional challenges it can bring, but its homage to great cinema doesn’t quite pay off.

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Top of the Docs #52 – SHEFFIELD DOC/FEST REVIEW: Don McCullin: ‘Almost Liverpool 8’ (2021)

Daniel Draper and Allan Melia explore Liverpool 8 in their latest film, using Don McCullin’s photographs as a rough guide.

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REVIEW: ‘Language Lessons’ (2021) is All About Resilience

Language Lessons is the first computer screen-based film that focuses on the very things that a life of constant videotelephony has taken away from us.

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REVIEW: ‘Recovery’ (2021) Might Just Be the Medicine the World Needs

Recovery — Mallory Everton and Stephen Meek’s astonishing road trip comedy about the early days of the pandemic — cinematizes the phrase “someday you’ll look back at this and laugh.”

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REVIEW: ‘Castlevania’s’ (2021) Final Season Is a Fitting End to the Best Video Game Adaptation

Castlevania nearly hits a home run with a satisfying conclusion that only has a couple of bumps along the way.

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REVIEW: Chino Moya’s ‘Undergods’ (2021) is a Humorously Bleak Sci-fi Warning of a Future Already Here

Undergods firmly wants you to feel every inch of its bizarre horror landscape of a future that might not only be around the corner but is already here.

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