Clouzot’s impressive debut as a director is a remarkably stylish and entertaining detective story.
Review by Sarah Cronin
Jeff Nichols’s third feature is a quality piece of filmmaking, although he doesn’t quite follow through on his masterful set up of the classic Americana rites of passage.
Review by Mark Stafford
Tobias Lindholm’s film is perhaps one of the most involving, intelligently thrilling and well-written films to come out this year.
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This colourful comedy, set on a malfunctioning aeroplane, is one of the campest films Almodóvar has ever made.
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