Siberia (2020) BFI LFF Review

Siberia (2020) BFI LFF Review

2020 BFI London Film Festival entry ‘Siberia’, from screenwriter-director Abel Ferrara and starring Willem Dafoe, is a self-reflective film that always feels just out of reach. Joseph Wade reviews.

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Examining Controversial Depictions of Jesus Christ in Cinema

Examining Controversial Depictions of Jesus Christ in Cinema

As one of history’s most influential figures, depictions of Jesus Christ have caused controversy and discord since the days of the early church, and the same goes for cinema. In this piece Katie Doyle examines cinema’s most provocative interpretations of the Easter Story.

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The Last Thing He Wanted (2020) Review

The Last Thing He Wanted (2020) Review

Netflix Joan Didion adaptation ‘The Last Thing He Wanted’ (2020), from ‘Mudbound’ director Dee Rees, starring Anne Hathaway, Ben Affleck and Willem Dafoe is “fails miserably on almost every conceivable level”. Leoni Horton reviews.

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The Lighthouse (2019) Snapshot Review

The Lighthouse (2019) Snapshot Review

Films like Robert Eggers’ ‘The Lighthouse’ (2019) “are why cinema exists”, the Robert Pattinson and Willem Dafoe starring movie being “engrossing and mysterious”, according to Jacob Davis in his review.

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A Legend Honoured, Plus Updates on ‘The Batman’, New David Fincher Movie, New Robert Eggers Film, More

A Legend Honoured, Plus Updates on ‘The Batman’, New David Fincher Movie, New Robert Eggers Film, More

Over 20 major movie news stories, from casting on ‘The Batman’ to news on the new film studio in London, right through to the honouring of a legend, inside.

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Death Note (2017) Review

Death Note (2017) Review

Netflix “missed the point” of ‘Death Note’ in adapting it for their streaming service in 2017 according to Darcy Rae in her review of the Adam Wingard directed movie.

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What’s Wrong With the Original ‘Spider-Man’ Trilogy?!

What’s Wrong With the Original ‘Spider-Man’ Trilogy?!

“These movies came at a time when people needed them” in Katie Doyle’s special look at Sam Raimi’s ‘Spider-Man’ trilogy (2002-2007).

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