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The Sparks Brothers

“The best British group to come out of America!” quips one of the many believers and collaborators peppered throughout this affectionate documentary, about a pair of musical misfits that never quite made the big time. If their influence was in any doubt, Edgar Wright has

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Jungle Cruise

Expectation management is a vastly undervalued skill. Get it right and you can deliver much better results than your audience ever imagined possible – even if you knew the odds were actually in your favour to begin with. So to Jungle Cruise, a Disney adventure based on one

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Luz: The Flower of Evil

The prologue to writer/director Juan Diego Escobar Alzate’s Luz: The Flower of Evil is an impressionistic kaleidoscope of scenes from a woodland property. We see piles of timber by the foundations of a new house, a hecatomb of dead cattle, a woman riding a horse,

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Limbo

Cinema appears to have taken on a certain mantle when it comes to educating audiences about the dehumanising aspects that come from seeking asylum in a country that is not your own. A malevolent political wave, dead set on painting any/all incoming traffic as a blight on an

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