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Okja: Unsophisticated issue-led propaganda

My only other exposure to writer/director Joon-ho Bong’s work is cli-fi Snowpiercer. While the Chris Evans science fiction flick had environmental issues as a backdrop to a tense thriller, Okja is entirely about the cruelties of the meat industry at ...

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A Bigger Splash: Everyone’s obscene.

The world’s biggest rock star, Marianne Lane, has lost her voice and is recovering on a sun-kissed Italian island with her lover, Paul. Restive paradise is shattered, however, by the arrival of her boisterous producer, and former lover, Harry. Bubbling ...

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Trainwreck: You all know one

I know very little of Amy Schumer. With the flood of good reviews for her debut feature film (she wrote the script, Judd Apatow directed), I couldn’t help but sit up and take note. Who is this woman and where ...

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Casting rumours of the superhero variety

Rumours are flying today around both Marvel and DC’s cinematic universes. Marvel’s adaptation of Doctor Strange, set for release in November 2016 and already slated to star Benedict Cumberbath is looking to expand the cast with a bit of gender-swap ...

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