Author: John Noonan
John Noonan is tucked away in a suburb of Melbourne. Aside from dissecting movies for numerous publications and guesting on commentaries, he is also the author of the Ms Holmes novellas. You can follow him at @noonanjohnc and noonanjohnc.com.
A tightly structured, violent exploration of toxic masculinity and victim blaming.
And it doesn't help that Chris Pine's Robert the Bruce is rather dull.
Strong performances from the likes of Charlie Plummer and Steve Buscemi elevate this downbeat journey.
Moore's latest is powerful and emotive when his antics aren't lessening the impact of his message.
Despite Ukrainian's Best Foreign Language Film Oscar entry failing to engage in key moments, it's still worth a watch.
What an absolute joy it is to be in McKellen's company for 90 minutes.
'Cabin Fever' and 'Hostel' director Eli Roth does a 180 with this Spielbergian romp.
For those who appreciate a splash of magic realism mixed in with their teen romance.
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