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Film Review: “Pain and Glory”

Pedro Almodóvar is a master of character. Of taking a single figure and dissecting them on screen. We see mothers mourning their sons, a kidnap victim and her relationship with the plastic surgeon keeping her captive. When he places focus…

Inside Stanley Kubrick: The Exhibition

Twenty years have passed since the idiosyncratic master of the moving picture, Stanley Kubrick, passed away shortly before the release of his final feature Eyes Wide Shut. In celebration of his back catalogue, London's Design Museum has…

Film Review: Good Boys

Good Boys taking the box office lead as the biggest original comedy of the year, admittedly, feels a little frustrating. The female-led and infinitely more accomplished debut from Olivia Wilde, Booksmart, was right there, and even Seth…

Movie Monday: The Graduate

Having recently moved back home after graduating from University, the themes articulated in Mike Nichols’ 1967 sophomore feature The Graduate are beginning to seem horrendously pertinent. Not in a…