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Recent reviews

  • Robotrix



    Hong Kong Cat 3 film that takes bits of Terminator and Robocop and welds them to some martial arts sequences and a ton of nudity. Take it at all seriously, and it's pretty offensive, but I don't know how you could manage that. Billy Chow is suitably overplaying as the bad guy, and while
    it's not likely Amy Yip or Chikako Aoyama were cast primarily for their fighting or acting skills, they both do fine in those departments, as far as the film demands. Does what it says on the tin.

  • Press Play

    Press Play


    A few years after her boyfriend's death, a young woman finds she can travel back in time by playing the mixtape they made together, and tries to save him. The script is absurdly rushed. The first act hurries through the relationship, so we never connect to it, and therefore it's tough to care whether the past can be changed. Actors do what they can, but there's nothing for them.

Popular reviews

  • See the Sea

    See the Sea


    Regarde La Mer [See The Sea] exists in a strange place between short film and feature. At 51 minutes it is really neither one nor the other. Ozon's final short before embarking on Sitcom, his first feature, See The Sea is a supremely assured piece of work from a young director finding his voice.

    Hails plays a young English woman living by the sea in France with her baby daughter, her French husband away on business. One day a backpacker…

  • Ginger & Rosa

    Ginger & Rosa

    Sally Potter’s latest is the very definition of a mixed bag. There are some really good things here, but unfortunately they are wrapped in a film that is terribly inconsistent, full of baffling decisions and things that feel unfinished.

    Ginger (Elle Fanning) and Rosa (Alice Englert) are two girls of sixteen, born on the same day in 1945 and best friends all their lives. In 1962, however, they begin to drift apart as Rosa becomes interested in boys, while Ginger’s…