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Killing Eve struggle with the now formulaic obsession between Eve and Villanelle

Killing Eve started out with such a unique story to tell through a stylish medium, but as exciting as the show was, it began to lose its momentum when writer Phoebe Waller-Bridge handed over the reins to Emerald Fennel
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The Power of the Dog: A poignant exposé of masculinity in 1920s western culture

A dominating Yale educated rancher projects his male toxicity onto his brother's wife and son in Jane Campion's directorial return
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Who have The Oscars snubbed this year?

The Oscars are an avidly awaited film awards show, especially following the much-anticipated release of the nominations. They are always a source of joy and agreement - or anger and surprise when the results aren’t as they are expected to be.
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'Invincible' is a refreshing and diverse superhero series

This mashup of traditional tropes and diverse new features manages to hold your attention, even if the main characters aren’t necessarily memorable.
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Mother Language Day: Exploring multilingualism and cultural identity in film

I connect with friends who speak the same language, and it feels like I have found my own community; this reminds me of how important a language can be, especially in the avenue of film.
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'The White Tiger' is another film which follows the 'Slumdog Millionaire' formula, with poor results

The winner of the Man Booker Prize in 2008, the book uniquely tells a rags-to-riches story, which could be considered a once in a generation idea. Unfortunately, the same cannot be said for the film
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A yippie ki-yay Christmas

The film Die Hard doesn’t scream Christmas from the title, or the genre. Although it may not be your typical ‘fluffy’ Christmas rom-com, it still makes my Christmas list along with classics like Home Alone, The Polar Express and Love, Actually.
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