Posts by Aimee Knight

Netflix’s The Dark Crystal series captures the essence of Henson’s original

By Aimee Knight

Age of Resistance honours its predecessor visually and spiritually.

Varda by Agnès

By Aimee Knight

The late doyenne of French cinema offers a personal guide through her treasured oeuvre.

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The Muppet Movie at 40 – Jim Henson’s fuzzy testament to friendship

By Aimee Knight

The birth of the Muppet Cinematic Universe remains a high water mark for family moviemaking.

Asbury Park: Riot, Redemption, Rock ‘n Roll

By Aimee Knight

Bruce Springsteen and Stevie Van Zandt delve into the origins of the New Jersey sound.

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Woman at War

By Aimee Knight

An Icelandic choir teacher stakes a stand against big business in this compelling eco-thriller.

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Free Solo

By Aimee Knight

A climber’s quest to summit Yosemite’s El Capitan without ropes takes on a troubling ulterior motive.

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Here to Be Heard: The Story of the Slits

By Aimee Knight

The world’s first all-girl punk rockers take the stage in this entertaining docu-profile.

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Sweet Country

By Aimee Knight

Warwick Thornton’s gorgeous period drama cuts to the heart of Australia’s dark colonial past.

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The Work

By Aimee Knight

This essential, moving documentary challenges the idea of prison as a breeding ground for machismo and violence.

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Spaceship

By Aimee Knight

Alex Taylor’s fluoro-hued directorial debut is a painfully misconceived exercise in teen bait.

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LoveTrue

By Aimee Knight

Bombay Beach director Alma Har’el serves up an intriguing painted poem of a film.

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I, Olga

By Aimee Knight

A young loner goes off the rails in ’70s Czechoslovakia in this haunting, relentlessly bleak debut.

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Why Shock Treatment is an “equal” to The Rocky Horror Picture Show

By Aimee Knight

Was creator Richard O’Brien on the money when describing his other box office flop?

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