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The incredible feat of Ferris Bueller's Day Off is the extraordinary balancing act of tone. It is overwhelmingly fun, subtly poignant and, somehow, completely selfless. The film which focuses on a self-confident, cheeky teen is, somehow, completel... Read the full review »
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Jaws (1975)

Jaws (1975)

9 / 10
Despite being made in 1975, Jaws remains eternally terrifying, tapping into a natural human fear. Whether that be of the ocean, teeth or the shark itself, Jaws becomes more than a B-movie concept, growing to become one of Spielberg's greatest movi... Read the full review »
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The Housemaid is a social commentary film turned up to 11. Whether it's the marbled, expansive house the rich family inhabit or the viciously passionate sex scenes, the Housemaid challenges social status head-on with an acidity which would make th... Read the full review »
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Can't find a film you are looking for?

Hi Chris :) Got another one for ya, could you add The Housemaid directed by Im Sang-Soo? Thank you :) View the full reply »
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Okja (2017)

Okja (2017)

9 / 10
Okja is a wonderful film that begins as an adventure film and morphs into a full-blown nightmare. Ho's typical critical view of capitalism is addressed through the meat industry, never pulling its punches in revealing the horror behind our favouri... Read the full review »
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Fighting with My Family is a heartwarming, inspiring story of chasing one's dreams. While the film's central narrative thread rarely falls away from the typical story structure of comedies such as this, the film is entertaining, genuinely funny an... Read the full review »
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A testament to film itself, Stalker is Tarkovsky's dystopian opus. While Tarkovsky famously refuses to explain the meaning behind his films, I saw a deeply theological power at play. The film questions belief in the face of adversity, debating the... Read the full review »
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What isn't there to love in this. My only fault is that it's a mere three parts long. I could do with at least 8! In this documentary, we see Martin Scorsese tell of the films that made him, up to the late sixties. From the silent movies of D.W.... Read the full review »
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In this western epic, we see three men constantly trip each other up in pursuit of great treasure. Meanwhile, the wild west they inhabit is evolving into a battlefield for mass massacres rather than respectable duels. With a famously epic score f... Read the full review »
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This film deals with both drug and crime addiction, seeing Frankie Machine, played effortlessly by Frank Sinatra, teeter and fall into the hurricane of sin that is the hustler lifestyle. The film begins with an upbeat tone. After Frankie has been... Read the full review »
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