REVIEW: ‘American Utopia’ Shows David Byrne Is As Good As He Ever Was

David Byrne has the most calming presence I’ve ever witnessed. 36 years after the ground-breaking Stop Making Sense, David Byrne is still taking our expectations of concerts and theatre, elevating them to a higher level that only a frontman like him could do. Stop Making Sense was more than just a concert, it was performing…

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LFF REVIEW: ‘Industry’ (2020) is an Entertaining but Flawed Financial Drama

Industry excels at putting the audience in the moment, but lacks urgency and depth.

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LFF REVIEW: ‘Another Round’ (2020) Fails to Say Anything New or Meaningful

Unfortunately Another Round goes through familiar themes without adding anything new to the table.

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LFF REVIEW: ‘Possessor’ (2020) is an Engrossing, Nihilistic Dreamscape

What we do get, however, is a stylish blood-soaked thriller bolstered by strong performances and a strong visual identity.

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LFF REVIEW: ‘Wolfwalkers’ (2020) is a Stunning, Delightful Animation

Directors Tomm Moore and Ross Stewart, and their army of animators, have crafted a gorgeous 2D animation which tells a riveting story about the friendship of two young girls.

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LFF REVIEW- ‘The Reason I Jump’ (2020) is an Essential Documentary on Understanding Autism

Director Jerry Rothwell utilises visuals and sound design with such creativity that it lets the audience directly empathise with the cast.

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LFF REVIEW: ‘Honeymood’ (2020) Takes Viewers on a Journey to Nowhere

What could have been a fun-filled adventure ends up being a meandering journey through meaningless plot points.

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LFF REVIEW: ‘180 Degree Rule’ Begins with Promise that then Disappoints

“180 Degree Rule at times feels like a telling drama about mistrust and deceit, but what lies under the surface is a morally abrupt message.” There is little joy or optimism to take away when watching 180 Degree Rule. In its 83 minutes, it hits at the hardest spots and seems to gradually get worse…

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LFF REVIEW: ‘Farewell Amor’ (2020) is an Impressive Trichotomous Negotiation of Family Values

Farewell Amor features many goodbyes, some more painful than others, but each farewell marks a new beginning.

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