Full of black humour and intentional heavy-handedness, Don’t Look Up is a hilarious satire for our times and a wake-up call for humanity.
Fact and fiction intertwine to unsatisfying ends in this genre-defying film about policing in Mexico.
A magical realist drama exploring an array of different themes from parenthood to unfulfilled love. The film creates an air of enchanting mystery.
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Set in vibrant 1920s New York, Rebecca Hall’s debut feature is a unique commentary on racial identity, jealousy, and finding one’s community
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Pelé avoids being too deferential to its subject and engages with his political legacy
Following the success of the Netflix series, Aileen Loftus reads the first book in the Bridgerton series.
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