Flag Day (2022) Review

Flag Day (2022) Review

Sean Penn directs and stars in ‘Flag Day’ (2022) co-starring daughter Dylan Penn, though it’s a film that doesn’t live up to its potential as a serviceable family drama. Article by Kieran Judge.

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Nightmare Alley (2022) Review

Nightmare Alley (2022) Review

Guillermo del Toro returns to the big screen with ‘Nightmare Alley’ starring Bradley Cooper and Cate Blanchett, “a visual feast, a pleasure and a joy to behold and watch”. Kieran Judge reviews.

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Scream (2022) Review

Scream (2022) Review

The return of Ghostface to the big screen in ‘Scream’ (2022), for the first time since the passing of creator Wes Craven, is “fun and gory but with a severe identity crisis”. Kieran Judge reviews.

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The ‘Halloween’ Franchise Ranked

The ‘Halloween’ Franchise Ranked

All 12 ‘Halloween’ films, from the John Carpenter original ‘Halloween’ (1978) to ‘Halloween Kills’ (2021) ranked from worst to best in terms of quality and scares. List by Kieran Judge.

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Halloween Kills (2021) Review

Halloween Kills (2021) Review

‘Halloween’ sequel ‘Halloween Kills’ (2021) is “an absolute mess. It’s a disgrace to the original”. Jamie Lee Curtis leads a horror movie ensemble. Kieran Judge reviews.

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The Tomorrow War (2021) Review

The Tomorrow War (2021) Review

Amazon’s big summer blockbuster ‘The Tomorrow War’, from the director of ‘The Lego Batman Movie’ and starring Chris Pratt, is “only clever if you’ve never seen a sci-fi movie before”. Kieran Judge reviews.

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Enfant Terrible (2021) Review

Enfant Terrible (2021) Review

Cult filmmaker Rainer Werner Fassbinder of the German New Wave is the subject of Oskar Roehler’s Cannes entry ‘Enfant Terrible’. Kieran Judge reviews.

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Wings (1927) Review

Wings (1927) Review

‘Wings’ (1927) is, for better or for worse, the first ever winner of the Academy Award for Best Picture. Close to 100 years later, its issues and triumphs are more evident than ever. Review by Kieran Judge.

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News of the World (2021) Review

News of the World (2021) Review

‘News of the World’ (2021), from Bourne Series director Paul Greengrass and starring Tom Hanks, nominated for 4 Oscars including cinematography, is “two hours well spent”, but little more. Kieran Judge reviews.

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