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    Amazon's Jexi Review

    by Cas Harlow
    Hardly Spike Jonze's Her, this farcical comedy still manages to elicit some genuine laughs as a socially inept guy gets railroaded by an aggressive phone AI with no filter.  
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    Birds of Prey Review

    by Kumari Tilakawardane
    Birds of Prey is everything every superhero film thus far hasn’t been: it’s fun and colourful and silly and chaotic and, above all, about women.  
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    Parasite Review

    by Cas Harlow
    Snowpiercer's director Bong Joon-ho and star Song Kang-ho reunite for this Award-winning South Korean gem, part uncomfortably tense drama, part black comedy and all one superb con.  
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    Richard Jewell Review

    by Cas Harlow
    Eastwood's latest is another purposefully paced biography, charting the tragic trial by media of this hero-turned-suspect.  
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    Queen & Slim Review

    by Cas Harlow
    This superb directorial debut is a racially-charged variation on Thelma & Louise, seeing a couple on the run from a crime nobody will believe they were justified in committing.  
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    Netflix's Uncut Gems Review

    by Cas Harlow
    The Safdie Brothers' latest is a torturous week in the life of a degenerate gambler jewel merchant, giving Sandler his best work, and affording an intense - and intensely painful - ride.  
    9
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    The Lighthouse Review

    by Cas Harlow
    Robert "The Witch" Eggers' mystery finds inspiration in Poe's final, unfinished short story, seeing Robert Pattinson and Willem Dafoe enduring the increasingly strange on a lighthouse island.  
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    The Grudge Review

    by Kumari Tilakawardane
    In The Grudge, horrible things keep happening over and over again. But none so horrible as having to endure it.  
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    Bad Boys for Life Review

    by Cas Harlow
    Over two decades after the franchise was launched, this third effort somewhat unbelievably misses the Michael Bay touch, but it's still nice to have these Boys back.  
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    Bombshell Review

    by Kumari Tilakawardane
    Meet the Fockers' Jay Roach has a film with a whole lot to say, although it doesn't always say it well.  
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    1917 Review

    by Kumari Tilakawardane
    Director Sam Mendes combines with legendary cinematographer Roger Deakins to create one of the most ambitious and visually-arresting war movies to hit the big screen.  
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    The Gentlemen Review

    by Cas Harlow
    Guy Ritchie's latest is less Lock Stock and more Knives Out; a gangster whodunit that's not as clever as it thinks it is, but is a perfectly entertaining start to the New Year nonetheless.  
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    Netflix's The Two Popes Review

    by Cas Harlow
    A simple dialogue between two disparate Popes provides an electric stage for theological discussions as the Catholic Church is caught up in some of its most controversial moments of the 21st Century.  
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    Cats Review

    by Kumari Tilakawardane
    So, is Cats every bit as messy as its break-the-internet trailer suggested?  
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    Star Wars: Episode IX - The Rise of Skywalker Review

    by Cas Harlow
    42 years on from A New Hope, do J.J. Abrams' hopes to conclude Disney's trilogy in George Lucas' universe and round out an up-and-down 9-film series satisfy at least a percentage of its demanding fanbase?  
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    Netflix's 6 Underground Review

    by Cas Harlow
    Slo-mo, snappy dialogue, 'splosions, shouting. Michael Bay and Ryan Reynolds give Netflix its loudest, most explosive 'blockbuster'.  
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    Jumanji: The Next Level Review

    by Cas Harlow
    After the surprisingly hilarious and innovative Welcome to the Jungle, this excellent sequel capitalises on its two Dannys - Glover and DeVito - for even more hilarity.  
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    Netflix's Marriage Story Review

    by Cas Harlow
    After the excellent Meyerowitz Stories, auteur Noah Baumbach returns to Netflix for another superbly incisive drama, bringing Scarlett Johansson and Adam Driver along for the brutal ride.  
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