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DARK RIVER: Social Realism At Its Most Atmospheric

Dark River feels more like a transitional gateway to better

BLACK PANTHER: A Wonderful Welcome To Wakanda

With its unique aesthetic, incredibly talented cast, and political relevance,


If viewed out of the context of recent events, Rebels on Pointe is an enjoyable and inspirational look inside the world of a unique

The Golden Bear winning, Oscar nominated On Body and Soul is one of the most bizarre love stories in recent memory. It's a treat

Permission manages to explore the intricacies of open relationships in a non-judgemental way, portraying a realistic relationship as far from classic romcom tropes as

Maze Runner: The Death Cure wraps up the series nicely, and despite any plotholes, it doesn’t completely fall apart. With this genre producing so many

Like Me is a visual spectacle that delves into the dark underbelly of social media, showing the lengths that people will go to in

The Cloverfield Paradox is helped along through a clever use of viral marketing, but it's not enough to save an otherwise generic and messy

Padmaavat is a misguided attempt by director Sanjay Leela Bhansali proving that you can get struck by lightning if you try to capture it

If you’re looking to be scared, then The Ritual may satisfy that itch. Just know that you’ll probably have seen it already, in one