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FILM REVIEW: The Florida Project

Who hasn’t been looking forward to watching the next production from Sean Baker after the demented brilliance of 2015’s Tangerine? The film that was shot entirely on an iPhone and was completely frenzied and weird but also jam-packed with sweetness and humanity? It was one of those ‘breath of fresh air’ viewings, so bold and

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FILM REVIEW: Murder on the Orient Express

One raging snowstorm, one broken-down train, one bloody murder, a dozen or so suspects, and only one detective who could possibly make sense of it all. The man for the job is Hercule Poirot, a Belgian detective invented by the world’s most popular crime writer, Agatha Christie. Murder on the Orient Express is the fourth

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FILM REVIEW: The Killing of a Sacred Deer

They say that revenge is a dish best served cold…or in the case of ‘The Killing of a Sacred Deer,’ it’s best served with pitch black humour and chilling horror in equal amounts.  As with 2015’s ‘The Lobster,’ Yorgos Lanthimos excels in using insufferable situations to illustrate relatable human fears. And very much like his

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