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A quirky sad addition to the ‘terminally ill love-struck teen’ genre
a tepid tale of a man-child’s struggle for adulthood
A bleak message about the gig economy
A poor American copy of the European film Force Majeure (2016)
a sci-fi gore mashup of little value
a story about an overlooked group of heroines
a politically loaded David and Goliath narrative
There is more to this film than Me Too themes.
A tale about human kindness.
a masterpiece of spectacle but an historical lightweight
An adaptation that presumes more than it offers.
Personal film favourites of 2019
original in conception but a misfire in execution
the nearest thing to cinematic art in years
an insightful, witty, and sad portrait of modern marriage
a well-acted thriller, multi-layered and implausible
an ugly episode of recent US history
a contrived story without a narrative core
a powerfully introspective portrait of mental illness
a dramatic tour-de-force portrait of a fallen star
a comic drama about modern media
tale of a soccer hero with a dark past
a feast of special effects and Freudian themes
a black comedy about social inequality
One of the most famous political defections of all time.
a slow-moving predictable portrayal of middle-class privilege.
a mediocre bio-pic of a 1930s skating movie star
an epic tale about art and truth
a whistle-blower morality play
a story of seamless connection between life and art
a swirling kaleidoscope of emotion and music
tepid Aussie rom-com becomes poetic essay on belonging
some cheap laughs for gross-out fans
a visually delightful but flawed period drama
portrait of a family desperately unable to communicate
a portrait of unresolvable grief
a quirky tale of an eco-terrorist heroine
a tension tightrope from beginning to end
an essay on the Black-American experience
An worthwhile addition to the history of feminism and jurisprudence.
a riveting story, brilliantly filmed amongst stunning mountain scenery
a study of 1960s racism still relevant today
a turning point for media and political morality
a well-acted but uneventful tale of an artful forger
a portrait of royal frailty and fickleness
Twelve favourite films of 2018
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