REVIEW: ‘Capone’ (2020) is on the Cusp of Greatness

Whilst there are many things to admire about Capone whenever the focus shifts from Hardy the film becomes infinitely less interesting

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REVIEW: Ruh Roh! ‘Scoob!’ (2020) is a Confusing Vehicle for a Hanna-Barbera Shared Universe

“‘Scoob!’ gets bogged down by the uncanny horror of mixing 50-year-old easter eggs with already outdated modern pop-culture references.“ From the initial trailers, I was skeptical of what Tony Cervone’s Scoob! was selling. Promising an epic new spin on the long-running story, the 2020 reboot boasts a star-studded cast—Zac Efron (Fred), Amanda Seyfried (Daphne), Gina…

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REVIEW: ‘Blood Quantum’ (2020) is a Fascinating Native Reinvention of the Age-Old Zombie Genre 

Blood Quantum, due to its unique take on the zombie horror genre that has sent so many films of its kind into the backdrop for their sheer lack of new ideas.

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REVIEW: ‘Z’ (2020) is an Imaginary Friend from Hell

Z is an entertaining, competently shot exploration of parental fears and the vivid imagination of children.

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REVIEW: ‘Shoot to Marry’ (2020) and the Comedic Paradox of a Self-Aware Incel

‘Shoot to Marry’ (2020) is not the disgruntled indulgence of a man who fails to understand women, but a man who struggles to know how to be himself.

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REVIEW: ‘Waiting’ (2020) is Short but Highly Impactful

★ ★ ★ ★ “Intimately portrays depths of emotion with only action.”

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REVIEW: ‘Hollywood’ (2020) is Fun, Stylistic and Charming

Hollywood, the latest series to be commissioned through the multi-million-dollar deal between Netflix and buzzy producer, Ryan Murphy, relishes in metatextuality.

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REVIEW: ‘Normal People’ (2020) by Sally Rooney – From Page to Screen

Sally Rooney’s Normal People, winner of the 2018 Costa Novel Award, premiered on BBC3 at the end of April. Having read the book, with its nonlinear narrative and lack of speech marks, it was exciting to see how it would translate on to the screen.

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Review: ‘After Life’ Season Two is a Realistic and Heart-Wrenching Exploration of Loss and Grief

Ricky Gervais is responsible for some of the most iconic British comedic series of modern times. He’s the genius behind Extras, Derek, and of course, The Office. So, when he announced the arrival of After Life season one, there was obviously a lot of buzz around it, but nobody anticipated what was to follow.

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REVIEW: ‘TWICE: Seize the Light’ (2020) is a Celebration of Nine

TWICE: Seize the Light is a YouTube Originals Documentary series that follows K-Pop girl group TWICE during their first world tour.

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