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Review: Atomic Blonde

Nothing is more fun than a good spy thriller. It is a genre so trite in its plot elements, yet so diverse in its tonal nuances. No two spy thrillers are ever the exact same; each one possesses its own

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Review: Dunkirk

Dunkirk is a movie told through noise and fire, not through characters and words. In fairness, director-writer Christopher Nolan was never really a great wordsmith. His movies are remembered more for their intricate narratives than for their clunky dialogue. But Nolan’s

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Review: The Big Sick

The biggest surprise from The Big Sick is how unique it all feels. One part romantic comedy and one part family drama, the movie definitely treads familiar territory. But past its generic qualities, you’ll realize that the movie is not really about

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Review: War for the Planet of the Apes

I’ll just go ahead and say it: War for the Planet of the Apes is the smartest movie to come out this summer, and arguably one of this year’s best. It’s a story rooted in choice and consequence, where every action drives

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Review: Spider-Man: Homecoming

It’s still surprising to think about it: Spider-Man has been rebooted three times now. Three. Despite being in movies for only fifteen years, it feels as though Spider-Man has been web-slinging for a lot longer than that. Next to Batman

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Review: Baby Driver

One, two, three, four! Click, snap, screech, vroom! Some movies seem to have their own rhythm, but none possess a groove quite like Baby Driver. It’s a jukebox musical for the everyday audiophile, one where characters literally tap, dance and move from

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Review: Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie

Like plenty of others around my age, I grew up reading Captain Underpants. In many ways, Captain Underpants was a book designed for ten-year-olds. It was fast-paced, interactive, and best of all, it had a whole lot of toilet humour.

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