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Everything Everywhere All at Once is unafraid to mix soul and splendour, resulting in a beautifully profound cinematic fantasy

As Yeoh battles enemy after enemy and attempts to make sense of her situation, her relationship with her daughter remains the focal point, with traditional values and the varying ways her life could have taken shape providing nuance to some of the best technical filmmaking I have ever seen
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Ozark ends on a high, bringing the acclaimed series to a tense, yet anticlimactic, close

Dark, chilling, action-packed. The final part of Ozark’s long-awaited Season 4 leaves viewers desperately yearning for another season they’ll never see
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Balancing thought-provoking themes and dark humour, Wild Men is hard not to enjoy

Part comedy-drama, part crime thriller, Wild Men somehow manages to tie this range of genres together into a wholly enjoyable 104 minutes
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Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness is expectedly entertaining, yet fails to add anything new to an increasingly bloated franchise

Finally, after a six year wait, Marvel's 28th release reached our cinemas last week after three delays due. Benedict Cumberbatch once again fills the shoes of Steven Strange, but now with far more at stake, and Elizabeth Olsen, much to fans' delight, returns to play the antagonist
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Moon Knight's season finale sets high hopes for its second season

Marvel's Moon Knight, starring Oscar Isaac, has finally come to a close, ending its first season on a high note, with fans highly anticipating a second season
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Verhoeven's latest biopic, Benedetta sparks controversy in depicting the life of a lesbian nun

Based on Judith C Brown’s 1986 book Immodest Acts, Benedetta pertains to the life and time of the 17th-century Italian mystic nun, Benedetta Carlini.
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Firebird offers little originality to the pattern of tragic gay romance films

Firebird is a tragic romance about a gay couple in the Soviet Union at the height of Cold War, but lacks in rendering a memorable experience for viewers
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The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent is just as baffling as you thought it would be

The film's entire selling point is Nicholas Cage - alongside his mythic status within the public sphere since the 90s. Leading me to inevitably question “If you took Nicholas Cage away from this film, what would be left?”
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