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We Are the Best! (Vi är bäst!)
Three young girls on the fringes of social adequacy in 1980s Stockholm come together to form a punk band in defiance of their social standing.
Goltzius and the Pelican Company
Peter Greenaway is his usual provocative self in Goltzius and the Pelican Company, to the point that he has little new to say.
The Food Guide to Love
A high-profile food critic finds himself caught up in a disposable romantic-comedy leaving a nasty after-taste.
Love Is Strange
Sweet, if relatively unchallenging, Love Is Strange is defined by the charm of two wonderful performances from Alfred Molina and John Lithgow.
#Review: Let Him Go
Let Him Go is a story about a retired sheriff and his wife, who after the loss of their son,...
#Review: Cars 3
Cars 3 is a fun film, easily the best of the franchise, and a fitting end if it is to be one.
#Review: No Stone Unturned
No Stone Unturned is a caring, fascinating but somewhat flawed documentary from prolific documentary filmmaker Alex Gibney.
Bolshoi Babylon provides an engaging and interesting (if thematically simplistic) behind-the-scenes look at one of Russia's greatest cultural institutions.
#Review: First Reformed
With a career-best turn from Ethan Hawke, Paul Schrader's finest film in 30 years ably and brilliantly posits some very deep questions of faith, and demands its audience seek some answers.
A film that has its funny moments but it will also have you reaching for the tissues too!
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