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Marriage Story

Tonal shifts undermine a film with great performances and emotional force

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Aimless Bullet

A realistic and powerful look at post-war South Korean society

New Releases

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La Belle Époque

French romantic farce which successfully capitalises on nostalgic laughs

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Corpus Christi

A subdued but brutally realistic look at redemption and forgiveness

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Marriage Story

Tonal shifts undermine a film with great performances and emotional force

Robocop

Superior satire of privatisation of public services with a seminal score

DVDs

Guardians

Debut filmmakers show impressive skills with shoestring budget but over-egg the inanity

Now, Voyager

Campy, well-crafted 24 carat weepie from Hollywood’s Golden Age

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Joker

Todd Phillips captures lightning in a bottle with Joker

Prey

Some good ideas and performances wasted in a bog-standard horror film

Apollo 11

A stunning documentary celebration of one of mankind’s greatest achievements

Nightbreed

Clive Barker shows us where the monsters live in dark fantasy

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Werewolf

Werewolf promises a lot but delivers very little