Posts by Patrick Sproull

Twenty years on, Election feels more relevant than ever

By Patrick Sproull

Tracy Flick’s almost thwarted candidacy is an eerie presage of our current political climate.

Isn’t It Romantic

By Patrick Sproull

Rebel Wilson stars in a fun meta rom-com that attempts to have its cake and eat it.

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With The Wife, Glenn Close lays the ghost of Alex Forrest to rest

By Patrick Sproull

Her latest compelling portrait of female rage is a perfect rejoinder to her iconic role in Fatal Attraction.

Crazy Rich Asians

By Patrick Sproull

Jon M Chu’s sparkling Singapore-set romantic comedy is a watershed moment for diversity in mainstream cinema.

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How The Fifth Element set the tone for modern blockbusters

By Patrick Sproull

Twenty years on, Luc Besson’s neon-hued space opera has lost none of its off-kilter charm.

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