Don’t Worry Darling (2022) Review

Don’t Worry Darling (2022) Review

Behind the scenes controversy surrounds the release of Olivia Wilde’s ‘Don’t Worry Darling’ (2022) starring Florence Pugh, Harry Styles, a film that squanders its potential. Review by Kieran Judge.

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Kintsugi (2022) Short Film Review

Kintsugi (2022) Short Film Review

‘Kintsugi’ is “a beautiful little original animation” from Sugar Animation Studios and director Cleto Acosta-McKillop, “a wonderful creation”. Short film review by Kieran Judge.

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Bodies Bodies Bodies (2022) Review

Bodies Bodies Bodies (2022) Review

Halina Reijn makes a name for herself amongst the horror-comedy fanbase with ‘Bodies Bodies Bodies’ (2022), a pointed and funny Gen Z fable. Review by Morgan Barr.

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Pinocchio (2022) Review

Pinocchio (2022) Review

Robert Zemeckis (‘Back to the Future’, ‘Forrest Gump’) reimagines classic Walt Disney Animation ‘Pinocchio’ in CG/live-action for Disney Plus. Review by Sam Sewell-Peterson.

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Return to Seoul (2022) Review

Return to Seoul (2022) Review

Park Ji-min embodies someone trying to find their place in the world in Davy Chou’s tale of lost identity, ‘Return to Seoul’ (2022). Review by Jake Gill.

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Winners (2022) EIFF Review

Winners (2022) EIFF Review

A young boy seeks to return an Oscar statue to its rightful owner in the UK-financed, Iran-set ‘Winners’ (2022) from director Hassan Nazer. Mark Carnochan reviews.

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Full Time (2021) EIFF Review

Full Time (2021) EIFF Review

Eric Gravel directs Laure Calamy in ‘Full Time’ – picture the Safdie Brothers directing a film about a single mother. Review by Mark Carnochan.

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Axiom (2022) EIFF Review

Axiom (2022) EIFF Review

Upcoming Swedish director Jöns Jönsson proves he’s a filmmaker to keep your eye on with the subtle but interesting ‘Axiom’ (2022) starring Moritz von Treuenfels. Review by Mark Carnochan.

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Sick of Myself (2022) Review

Sick of Myself (2022) Review

Kristine Kujath Thorp is Signe, arguably the worst person in the world, in Kristoffer Borgli’s satire of culture’s glorification of victim mentality, ‘Sick of Myself’ (2022). Review by Jake Gill.

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