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In a world where reality can often seem a nightmare, The Sandman is a dream come true

Netflix has just released an TV adaptation of the graphic novel collection The Sandman, which is imbued with all the metaphorical imagery and fantastical nuances that Gaiman’s writing so often possesses.
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Bullet Train's weak homage to Japanese culture is frustrating, but the film remains an entertaining watch nonetheless

Against the backdrop of modern-day Japan and directed by David Leitch, ridiculous and riotous violence ensues in Bullet Train (2022). Two hours of action set solely upon a narrow, high-speed vehicle, Bullet Train paves the way for a claustrophobic collision of jam-packed excitement.
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Summer of Solitude in Film

Though Summer is a time of excitement, sun, and sticky days that pass by in a haze, Molly Grogan considers the films that represent the slower and sadder summer days.
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Sordid secrets and political deception are laid bare in Gaslit

For those who imply there is a lost golden-era of benign politics, the bold and brilliant Gaslit shatters this erroneous perspective, emphasising corruption and deceit in Nixon's administration.
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Stranger Things S4 Vol 2, though captivating, struggles to keep up with its momentum

Stranger Things, the nostalgically charming and action-packed Netflix sensation, has recently released its fourth season. Split into two volumes, Stranger Things has upkept the franchise’s high standards and expectations for the season 5 finale.
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Where The Crawdads Sing is a promising book to film adaptation sure to entertain

Part murder-mystery, part coming of age, Where the Crawdads Sing follows recluse Kya (or Marsh Girl as she’s infamously known in her small North Carolina town) as she learns of love, loss, and survival in her marshland home.
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Treasure Island by Le Navet Bete @ Bristol Old Vic - “A soaring triumph in retelling a classic for all audiences.” ★ ★ ★ ★ ★

This is not another two-dimensional adaptation but a rip-roaringly hilarious retelling of the literary classic for all audiences whether they are seasoned theatre goers or complete novices.
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Although partially self-indulgent, Thor: Love and Thunder is a humorous addition to the MCU

Taika Waititi is back in the director’s seat for his second Thor film starring Chris Hemsworth, Natalie Portman, Christian Bale and Russell Crowe, and it is crazier than ever.
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