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  • Burning
  • Drive
  • Nightcrawler
  • Naked

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  • BlackBerry

    ★★★★★

  • Fool's Paradise

    ★★★½

  • Hesher

    ★★★★½

  • Pain & Gain

    ★★★★

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  • BlackBerry

    BlackBerry

    ★★★★★

    Matt Johnson and his band of merry nerds bring their DIY filmmaking toolkits to "Blackberry," imbuing this big story with ample indie heart and the unique technical genius of its director.

    It's a tour de force that resurrects the nostalgia of a bygone era when Blackberry ruled the mobile landscape, and writer/director Matt Johnson guides viewers through the sky-rocketing highs and plummeting lows of this once extremely successful business, with humour just as sharp as its intelligence, and performances as…

  • Fool's Paradise

    Fool's Paradise

    ★★★½

    Whilst it may bring nothing new or insightful to the genre, and Day struggles to choose between poking fun at hollywood or paying homage to it, "Fool's Paradise" isn't half as bad as critics are claiming it to be.

    The thing that's really grating on me, is out of all of the unbelievably harsh reviews I have been reading, every one of them has failed to mention the torrid time Charlie Day had bringing this film to life. He started…

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  • The Batman

    The Batman

    ★★★★★

    Nightmarish, gritty, & irrevocably scarred, just like the city he protects, "The Batman" is a brooding force of vengeance, pain, and anger!

    A dark, detective noir, that remarkably pays homage to the films that paved the way for The Riddler's inventive and bleak character arc. And it does so in a way that's respectful to the films it honours, all while staying completely original, only drawing from such film lore in order to expand and revitalise the formula. There are no…

  • Memoria

    Memoria

    ★★★

    I really wanted to love it, but I cannot sit here pretending I did, and I cannot pretend I had any idea as to what the fuck was going on most of the time. I've never seen a film so eager to remove, or shall I say separate, its audience from the experience. Jarring, overly long and lacking in substance, it felt like the director wanted to imitate Tsai Ming-Liang's style of filmmaking but failed miserably. So many, long, static…