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A dangerous innocence at the heart of The Sisters Brothers

A dangerous innocence at the heart of The Sisters Brothers

In Jacques Audiard's The Sisters Brothers, maturity comes to two brothers with a shared darkness.

  • by Stephanie Bunbury

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A piercing portrait of the global art market
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A piercing portrait of the global art market

The Price of Everything asks why some artists are valued and others are not.

  • by Sandra Hall
Huppert's dark brilliance wasted in toothless thriller
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Huppert's dark brilliance wasted in toothless thriller

Starring Isabelle Huppert in a rare English-speaking role, Greta lacks the psychological grunt required of the genre.

  • by Jake Wilson
John McEnroe: In the Realm of Perfection

John McEnroe: In the Realm of Perfection

Watching this John McEnroe footage is like living ''an instant and a particular moment,'' says director Julien Faraut.

  • by Stephanie Bunbury
Eyes firmly on the future in Alita: Battle Angel

Eyes firmly on the future in Alita: Battle Angel

Alita: Battle Angel, starring Rosa Salazar, is a feast of special effects.

  • by Stephanie Bunbury
Marclay's The Clock more than just a timepiece
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Marclay's The Clock more than just a timepiece

Christian Marclay's remarkable feat of cinema art probes questions about cinema and society more broadly.

  • by Jana Perkovic
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Chiselled hero compelling but suspense factor barely warms up
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Chiselled hero compelling but suspense factor barely warms up

Mads Mikkelsen does a good job as a stranded pilot in Arctic but the film itself lacks more than just extended dialogue.

  • by Paul Byrnes
A teenage Starr at the centre of race relations
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A teenage Starr at the centre of race relations

The film adaptation of Angie Thomas' bestselling YA novel deserves to find a wide family audience.

  • by Sandra Hall
Account of terrifying solo mission leaves questions unanswered
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Account of terrifying solo mission leaves questions unanswered

Alex Honnold's journey climbing up El Capitan is captured in edge-of-your-seat detail in Free Solo, but the film never quite gets to the bottom of what makes him tick.

  • by Paul Byrnes
Oscars select first superhero movie to get best picture nomination
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Oscars select first superhero movie to get best picture nomination

Black Panther was nominated for best picture 10 years after The Dark Knight was snubbed, which forced an Academy to rethink and expand the category.

  • by Michael Cavna
Skating through life, living in the moment
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Skating through life, living in the moment

A film about teen skater girls, Skate Kitchen has its shortcomings but captures what it is to be young and free.

  • by Jake Wilson