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  • Poor Things

  • Madame Web

  • The Zone of Interest

  • Mean Girls

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  • Poor Things

    Poor Things

    Aesthetically Poor Things is fantastic; a continuation of Yorgos Lanthimos' now iconic style seen in the likes of The Favourite and The Lobster, implemented into an, all be it x rated, Frankenstein meets Edward Scissorhands award contender. Exceptional performances from Emma Stone and Mark Ruffalo prevent the near two and half hour run time from dragging and the now Hollywood essential dance scene gives the film the kooky essence worthy of it's ‘twisted barbie' nickname. It's not for everyone of…

  • Madame Web

    Madame Web

    Simply amazing!!!!

    The story of Madame Web follows a brave and independent woman who dedicates her life to helping those around her. Despite facing several challenges, she remains resolute in her efforts to make a positive impact on her community. As events unfold, Madame Web is compelled to take action, which leads to her discovering more about her past and her unique talents. This movie highlights the strength of women coming together to support each other during difficult times.

    The…

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  • The Zone of Interest

    The Zone of Interest

    Not often a director is offering you the key to unlock a film. The screen remains black for almost three minutes with just the soundscape creeping in - this is a film you first and foremost listen to and absolutely has to be experienced in the cinema. This is essential viewing.

    -Eliza

  • Priscilla

    Priscilla

    Priscilla is Sofia Coppola’s new film. As the title suggests, the spotlight is on Priscilla Presley, ex-wife of singer Elvis Presley. It has a soft, intimate, and subtle direction. The film goes from a pre-teen Priscilla at the beginning of a romance to a young adult Priscilla at the couple's divorce.

    The film's opening is Priscila's feet walking across the soft and fluffy rug, almost as if she were stepping on clouds, living a dream. We could think it's a…

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