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  • The Gray Man

    The Gray Man

    ★★½

    When Netflix announced it was moving to become a streaming service fifteen years ago, it had almost a monopoly on the market, allowing it to become the go-to streaming service for films and television series. Since then, many more companies specialising in this model have made a name for themselves. Even companies with other media offerings have created a streaming outfit and are now household names in the marketplace. During that time, the model of Netflix has barely changed, and…

  • The Lost Daughter

    The Lost Daughter

    ★★★½

    For a film that focuses on the responsibilities of motherhood and the relationships between mothers and daughters, it only seems right that a woman is in the director’s chair. That is what Elena Ferrante requested for the adaptation of her novel, The Lost Daughter, which focuses on these themes. When Maggie Gyllenhaal purchased the rights to the book in late 2018, it may have always been her intention to write and direct the film. Gyllenhaal, a mother herself, may have…

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  • Soul

    Soul

    ★★★★½

    Pixar has produced revolutionary computer-generated animated films ever since the studio’s first feature film in 1995, dazzling the senses with visually breathtaking worlds that encompass captivating stories. Pixar audiences have seen the world of living toys, aquatic life, insect life, and even what happens inside our own heads. Directors Pete Docter and Kemp Powers now take us to the world beyond our living existence in their latest film Soul.

    Soul follows Joe Gardner (Jamie Foxx), a middle-aged part-time music teacher…

  • Isle of Dogs

    Isle of Dogs

    ★★★★

    Wes Anderson last dabbled with stop-motion animation with his adaptation of Roald Dahl’s Fantastic Mr. Fox almost a decade ago. When the auteur announced he would be returning to the genre with Isle of Dogs, fans of his work were quick to generate anticipation for the film. The title of this latest feature may derive from an area of London in the River Thames, but the film takes place in a dystopian Japan and follows a young boy, Atari (Koyu…