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Staggering steps

Love them or hate them, zombie stories remain popular because they represent the nagging fear that the problems we...

Trust science

No one could have predicted the global pandemic of COVID-19 when production began on Jim Allison: Breakthrough, but...

Good to see

From the opening moments of The Invisible Man, writer-director Leigh Whannell sets the stakes for the journey to come...

Missing the action

The Rhythm Section’s title refers to the parts of the body an assassin must keep steady in order to be most...

Cinéma réaliste

Despite its name, Ladj Ly’s Les Misérables is not a retelling of Victor Hugo’s famous novel. But there are many ways...

Bold classic

It would be against the spirit of Greta Gerwig’s adaptation of Little Women to compare it to other versions,...

Good looks

This year was an embarrassment of riches when it comes to quality filmmaking. Long-established directors were firing...

Dress success

Subverting genre conventions is one thing. Channeling them into a wholly unique artistic vision is another thing...

Riding it out

Trey Edward Shults’ Waves is an ambitious next step for the writer-director of Krisha and It Comes at Night,...

Sharp and intriguing

In the grand tradition of Agatha Christie comes Rian Johnson’s Knives Out, an ingenious, exciting, rollicking good...