What Novelists Are For: ‘Atonement’ at 15

What Novelists Are For: ‘Atonement’ at 15

Joe Wright’s Oscar-winning period drama ‘Atonement’ is 15, and it remains an affecting film about stories and the very act of filmmaking. Essay by Margaret Roarty.

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11 Mutants the MCU Should Introduce

11 Mutants the MCU Should Introduce

These 11 mutant Marvel comic book characters should be introduced into the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) following ‘Black Panther: Wakanda Forever’ (2022). List by Paul Klein.

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The Son (2022) Review

The Son (2022) Review

‘The Son’ (2022), starring Hugh Jackman and Laura Dern, sees sophomore director Florian Zeller attempting to recapture the magic of his debut ‘The Father’. Review by Jake Gill.

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Schindler’s List, Inglourious Basterds: Cementing and Reclaiming History in Cinema

Schindler’s List, Inglourious Basterds: Cementing and Reclaiming History in Cinema

Steven Spielberg’s ‘Schindler’s List’ and Quentin Tarantino’s ‘Inglourious Basterds’ prove that populist approaches can deal with horrific events with subtlety and introspection. Essay by Robert Mitchell.

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She Said (2022) Review

She Said (2022) Review

‘She Said’ (2022), Maria Schrader’s empowering take on the uncovering of the Harvey Weinstein scandal starring Carey Mulligan, Zoe Kazan, is testament to the impact of female solidarity. Review by Gala Woolley.

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That Kind of Man: What L.A Confidential Taught Me About Masculinity

That Kind of Man: What L.A Confidential Taught Me About Masculinity

Curtis Hanson’s all-star crime drama ‘L.A. Confidential’ is 25, and it remains a concise analysis and presentation of masculinity. One that hit Craig Gent in a particularly personal way.

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Beetlejuice (1988) Review

Beetlejuice (1988) Review

Michael Keaton gives an iconic performance at the head of a brilliant ensemble cast in Tim Burton’s macabre Halloween movie ‘Beetlejuice’ (1988). Review by Elisabetta Pulcini.

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How ‘The Night of The Hunter’ Highlights Religious Manipulation for Personal Gain

How ‘The Night of The Hunter’ Highlights Religious Manipulation for Personal Gain

Charles Laughton’s 1965 horror film ‘The Night of the Hunter’ presents Robert Mitchum’s preacher as a man who “manipulates people through their religious beliefs”. Essay by Nicole Sanacore.

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Rosaline (2022) Review

Rosaline (2022) Review

‘Rosaline’, a 2022 Karen Maine film adaptation of “When You Were Mine” by Rebecca Searle, based on characters from “Romeo & Juliet” is a fun, easy watch. Review by Rehana Nurmahi.

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Train to Busan (2016) Review

Train to Busan (2016) Review

‘Train to Busan’, the South Korean zombie horror film set largely on a moving train, from director Yeon Sang-ho and starring Gong Yoo, is a must-watch. Review by Kae M.

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