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“Like many other student procrastinators of late, I have found myself falling down the rabbit hole of food-related YouTube, hence coming across the most classic and noteworthy foody film scenes that will leave you simultaneously love-struck, feeling the pressure of the kitchen and, most of all, hungry.”

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Driven by two stupendous Oscar-nominated performances, Can You Ever Forgive Me? is a thoroughly entertaining picture with heaps of memorable dialogue.

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You should go and see Mary Queen of Scots quite simply because it’s one of the most beautiful films to grace cinema screens this year.

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The recent true crime obsession has brought with it significant controversy surrounding the balance between respect for a crime’s victims and their families and film-makers’ rights to tell these stories

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Review: Beautiful Boy

Felix Van Groeningen well and truly changed the teenage drama sub-genre with Beautiful Boy, a film based on the memoirs of Nic and David Sheff.

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Oscar Nominations 2019

The current controversy surrounding the now hostless Oscars means the spotlight shining on this year’s nominations is even brighter

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Review: The Mule

A terrible example of trying to have your own cake and eat it. Balancing an interrogative character piece alongside Clint Eastwood having two threesomes

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Review: Alita: Battle Angel

Alita: Battle Angel could have been vastly entertaining, but somehow manages to fall short at every hurdle

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Review: Escape Room

Escape Room is a confused, poorly written mess of a horror film that’s also glorious to watch for its ridiculousness and bizarre imagination.

Photo: Alisha M. Frederick

Review: Vice

Adrian Kanyoli reviews Adam McKay’s latest satirical biopic Vice

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