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White Noise

By Hannah Strong

Adam Driver and Greta Gerwig reunite as a couple grappling with their fear of death in Noah Baumbach’s adaptation of Don DeLillo’s novel.

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Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery

By David Jenkins

Benoit Blanc enters the canon of iconic movie characters with Rian Johnson’s second foray into whodunit (nu-dunit?) territory.

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Strange World

By David Jenkins

This retro-inspired Disney adventure yarn boasts lots of great, progressive ideas, but lacks in the imagination department.

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Disenchanted

By Ella Kemp

Anyone with fond memories of the 2007 meta-fairytale banger, Enchanted, starring Amy Adams, is in for a surprise and a treat.

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Bardo, False Chronicle of a Handful of Truths

By Rafa Sales Ross

Alejandro G Iñárritu grapples with creative fulfilment and the Mexican diaspora in his sprawling, semi-autobiographical surrealist drama.

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Something in the Dirt

By Anton Bitel

Filmmaking duo Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead discover an ominous paranormal entity in their meta fifth feature.

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Bros

By Hannah Strong

Billy Eichner and Nicholas Stoller's gay rom-com isn't as groundbreaking or as romantic as it likes to think it is.

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Triangle of Sadness

By Hannah Strong

Swedish provocateur Ruben Östlund takes us aboard the luxury cruise from hell in his latest over-the-top satire.

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Ticket to Paradise

By Charles Bramesco

George Clooney and Julia Roberts take to Bali in a hollow-hearted reminder of why the modern romcom is in decline.

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The Banshees of Inisherin

By Hannah Strong

Martin McDonagh deploys his signature acerbic wit to an affectionate folktale as he reunites with Brendan Gleeson and Colin Farrell.

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Lyle, Lyle, Crocodile

By David Jenkins

An animated crocodile with the voice of an angel spreads New York cheer in this breezy and highly likeable family diversion.

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The Greatest Beer Run Ever

By Mark Asch

Peter Farrelly’s follow-up to his Best Picture winner Green Book is a hokey Vietnam tall tale.

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Flux Gourmet

By Hannah Strong

A sonic catering collective attends a prestigious residency in Peter Strickland's characteristically off-beat new flick.

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Catherine, Called Birdy

By Hannah Strong

A teenager in Medieval Lincolnshire contends with suitors and friendship problems in Lena Dunham's winsome coming-of-age dramedy.

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Strawberry Mansion

By Charles Bramesco

A dream auditor becomes caught up with an ageing eccentric in Kentucker Audley and Albert Birney's highly imaginative feature.

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Funny Pages

By Hannah Strong

A teenage cartoonist searches for authenticity in writer/director Owen Kline’s pleasingly grubby debut feature.

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Bodies Bodies Bodies

By Hannah Strong

Halina Reijn's amusing debut feature satirises Gen Z nihilism but doesn't have much to say about the pop culture stereotypes it depicts.

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