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My Old Ass Review

REVIEW: My Old Ass

My Old Ass recently came to London as part of this years Sundance London Festival. Starring Maisy Stella and Aubrey Plaza, we follow Stella’s Elliott on her final summer before college as she partakes in hallucinogenic mushrooms and forms an unlikely connection with her future self, played by Plaza. Stella is insanely charismatic on screen.

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Anora Review


Anora is the latest film from Sean Baker, which stole the show at the 2024 Cannes Film Festival as an almost unanimous crowd pleasure and winner of the coveted Palme D’or. The film follows exotic dancer Ani, who meets Vanya, the son of a Russian oligarch and forms an unlikely connection and romance. Unfortunately, not

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Unfrosted Review

REVIEW: Unfrosted

Unfrosted is Jerry Seinfeld’s feature film directorial debut, now showing on Netflix. This rather surreal story of the creation of Kellogg’s Pop-Tarts is possibly the strangest and most ridiculous film I’ll see this year, and not necessarily in a bad way. The film opens in the 1960s with Kellogg’s exec Bob Cabana (Jerry Seinfeld) in

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Civil War Review

REVIEW: Civil War

Alex Garland’s Civil War takes place in a dystopian version of the United States, where the states of California and Texas band together against the corrupt government. This second civil war has put the entire nation in turmoil. As the fall of the capitol is evident, journalists Lee (Kirsten Dunst) and Joel (Wagner Moura) plan

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Imaginary Review

REVIEW: Imaginary

Imaginary is the latest release from horror studio Blumhouse, it’s eighth in the space of a year. With hits like Insidious and Paranormal Activity under their belt, you’d be forgiven for expecting similar from anything Blumhouse releases. However like their most recent release Night Swim, Imaginary is about as dull and unimaginative as you can

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