Category: film reviews

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Embrace of the Serpent

This striking third feature by Colombian director Ciro Guerra tracks a pair of mythical, quasi-ethnographic journeys into the heart of the Amazon to explore and comment on the destructive powers of colonialism.

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Kung Fu Panda 3

Po will have to rediscover who he is, after meeting the father we all thought had died, as he sets out to master Chi to stop a spirit warrior from taking other warriors’ life force.

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Zootopia

It’s been a while since I’ve seen an animated movie that deals with relevant social issues without being preachy. Kudos to you, Disney!

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Deadpool

Is Deadpool a cinematic masterpiece? Hell no. But it is as good as fans hoped it would be, and a damn good apology from Fox after the last Deadpool characterization fiasco.

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Talvar

A dramatization of the notorious Noida double murder case, in which a teenage girl and her family servant were found murdered, and her parents were convicted for the murders.

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Prologue (English Animation)

A battle over 2400 years into the past between the Spartan and Athenian warriors, which showcases some of the most gorgeously brutal fluid animation.

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Room (2015)

A boy and his mother spent five years of their lives trapped in an equipped garden shed in the middle of who-knows-where, until they play their escape.

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Clean (2004)

In Olivier Assayas’s Clean, Maggie Cheung plays a troubled soul who tries to kick her drug habit in an attempt to reconnect with her son.