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January 22, 2020

It’s not often that you get to see three of the biggest and most brilliant female actors of a generation working alongside each other but Bombshell brings together Charlize Theron, Nicole Kidman, and Margot Robbie to tell the explosive story of the Fox news scandal. Di...

January 21, 2020

A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood is a heart-warming film starring Tom Hanks as beloved American children’s television presenter Fred Rogers. The film itself is inspired by the 1998 Esquire article ‘Can You Say…Hero?’ by Tom Junod. It’s the latest film by director Ma...

January 15, 2020

Contains spoilers for the film 'Raw' (dir. Julia Ducournau) and 'The Grand Budapest Hotel' (dir. Wes Anderson.)

Sometimes, the quiet, understated beauty of a film is what endears us. Films such as ‘Moonlight,’ ‘Vox Lux,’ ‘Tangerine,’ and ‘Frances Ha’ are undeniably grea...

January 11, 2020

Rian Johnson’s "Knives Out" starts with a bang – two dogs rapturously run at the camera in slow motion as we’re propelled into the Thrombey household, an organised pandemonium of colours, old books and weird dolls resembling a decrepit antiques store than a home. Harla...

January 10, 2020

As I saw Adam Sandler’s face flash up on the Odeon screen, my eyes just rolled back into my head. To think I had to sit through two hours of watching him crack jokes was nothing short of a horror flick to me. But the surprise film at the LFF, “Uncut Gems”, had me anxio...

January 10, 2020

"This decides who lives and who dies," rigid manager Maloney says to sunken-eyed protagonist Ricky (newcomer Kris Hitchen) as he hands him his scanning device – a figure of speech which, it quickly becomes clear, isn’t really a figure of speech at all.

Sorry We Missed Y...

January 10, 2020

This film is about a poor South Korean family that infiltrates the excessively lavish, opulent household of the Park family one by one. Through sharp wit, sheer confidence and mind games, the film never quite allows you to believe that this is a relatively easy task, b...

December 31, 2019

Taika Waititi hits and misses in his absurdist comedy about a Hitler Youth recruit who finds himself questioning who he is when he happens upon a secret in his own home.

In his new movie "Jojo Rabbit", Waititi - known for his eccentric and genius humour in works like "W...

December 25, 2019

Shamelessly, the first time I heard of Little Women was as a kid watching friends when Joey, famous for his lack of reading, exclaims “These little women… wow”. My mum, a big fan, begged me to read the book as a child and experience the joy of female sisterhood myself....

December 13, 2019

With the highly anticipated issue dedicated to Sight & Sound’s best films of the year 2019 now on stands, new editor-in-chief Mike Williams sat down with Strand Magazine to discuss the point of compiling such a list and the role of cultural journalism on the work of ar...

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