Reviews Editor's Picks tagged Drama

  • Logan - Review

    Last year, X-Men fans finally got the Deadpool movie they had been waiting for. Now after multiple failed attempts, 20th Century Fox has finally produced the standalone Wolverine movie audiences have always wanted to see. Logan couldn’t have come at a better time, especially since this will be Hugh Jackman’s final appearance as the titular hero. Wolverine made Jackman a household name back…
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  • Free Fire - Review (London Film Festival)

    Ben Wheatley’s Free Fire never regains it’s excellent momentum from the opening exchanges and becomes slightly monotonous when it should be thrilling.
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  • Lion - Review (London Film Festival)

    Wonderful, profound, and one of the year’s most stirring productions, Lion is an utter joy.
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  • Manchester by the Sea - Review (London Film Festival)

    Manchester by the Sea arrives in a climate of significant anticipation, but Lonergan has more than lived up to his reputation as a master dramatist and delivered a film that is as emotionally rich, as technically accomplished, and as devastatingly emotional as his two previous cinematic treasures.
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Movie Reviews tagged Drama

  • Viceroy's House - Review

    An interesting picture too that should provide a new, alternative argument into the partition debate.
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  • Trespass Against Us - Review

    When leaving the two lead roles in the hands of actors of the calibre of Fassbender and Gleeson, it works not only as a stamp of quality on proceedings, but adds such a degree of nuance and subtlety, which enriches the layered dynamic between the two characters.
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  • Shut In - Review

    Relies on easy to achieve jumpy moments to evoke feelings of terror, and fails miserably in the process.
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  • A Cure For Wellness Review

    It’s this ambiguity which is the film’s greatest selling point, as we can never judge whether the lead is losing his mind, or if he’s genuinely on to something – and the whole experience lingers on this very mystery.
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