Review: I, Tonya

I, Tonya develops a questionable narrative around a controversial figure and suggests that we should look at her as a role model.

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Review: Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri

Despite receiving numerous accolades, including seven Oscar nominations, Three Billboards has found itself immersed in controversy, drawing both best-of-the-year claims and accusations of racism.

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Review: Call Me By Your Name

The latest indie darling to draw widespread critical acclaim is Call Me By Your Name, a Best Picture Oscar contender that frustrates me precisely because I don’t see the appeal.

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Review: Black Panther

Like all big-budget studio tent-poles, Black Panther is still trashy entertainment made for a mass audience. But in spite of the stakes surrounding its success, I am thoroughly impressed by its ambition.

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Top 5 Movies of 2017

In my opinion, it’s been a surprisingly good year for movies! Many of this year’s films would likely make the list in any other year.

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Review: Phantom Thread

It is a roller coaster ride from beginning to end, deftly dancing between tension and tenderness, before gloriously finishing in a way that left my mouth agape.

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Review: The Lego Batman Movie

With its childish whimsy and playful meta-humour, Lego Batman is absolutely hilarious, and is easily my favourite animated movie of the year.

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