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  • Rust and Bone

    Rust and Bone


    The paths of two very different people cross at Antibes. Ali, a single dad and amateur boxer from Belgium, and Stephanie, an orca trainer at the local theme park who loses her legs in a freak accident. While their relationship starts as a friendship, it doesn't take long to become physical.

    Even in this age of superheroes, aliens, and CGI battles, there is still nothing to compare to the spectacle of a handful of humans laying bare their emotions onscreen.…

  • Avengers: Infinity War

    Avengers: Infinity War


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

    Cosmic warlord Thanos begins his quest to gather the six Infinity Stones which will give him God-like power over the universe. The Avengers team up with the Guardians of the Galaxy in order to stop him, but can they?

    It doesn't take long for "Infinity War" to make clear that this is not another typical summer blockbuster movie. Within the first five minutes the villain has already killed a ton of innocent people (among whom a beloved main character) and…

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  • Bohemian Rhapsody

    Bohemian Rhapsody

    The story of legendary rock band Queen, and more specifically of charismatic lead vocalist Freddie Mercury: from baggage handler at Heathrow to one of the biggest rock stars ever, until his untimely death due to AIDS.

    Considering how unconventional Mercury was, both as a person and an artist, it's definitely ironic the fact that his biopic is one of the most conventional ones to come out of Hollywood in a long, long time. If there is a trope or a…

  • Stay


    A New York psychiatrist takes over from a colleague the case of a suicidal student, who also claims that his parents are dead. As he becomes more and more obsessed with his new patient, his grip on reality starts to weaken.

    While there is a lot of intriguing stuff in "Stay" for a viewer who is willing to venture outside his comfort zone, the end result falls short in several crucial areas. Marc Forster crafts a visually interesting film and…

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