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  • Flatliners



    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    “And then Kiefer Sutherland looked up, and found himself face to face… with an 8 year old boy.”

    Tell anyone what happens in this film and I doubt they’ll believe you, which in itself is as close as a film can get to articulating what the great beyond is like. Absolutely everything that comes out of Kiefer Sutherland‘s mouth is top tier hammy dialogue, and I love it. Kill me now!

Popular reviews

  • Aftersun



    Brits practicing good sun safety on holiday, I simply don’t believe it!

    One of the simplest-yet-richest films I’ve seen all year. Hard to point to anything this film does wrong, the editing alone is absolutely devastating. And ripping my heart out to ‘Under Pressure’? Unforgivable!

  • Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness

    Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness


    Doctor Strange: Or Why Are There So Many Spinning Plates Everywhere? 

    A tonal mess, lacking in colour and imagination, the craziest thing about Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness is just how mundane the whole affair is. The film inherits Phase 4’s incompetence, or disregard (take your pick), to perform any meaningful character work, and instead seems more preoccupied with teeing up endless spin-offs.

    You see, the problem is that whilst Endgame was praised for the number of plates…