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The Mitchells vs. the Machine Review: A Dad and Daughter’s...

Innovative producers Phil Lord and Christopher Miller unleash nothing less than a robot apocalypse in the animated comedy The Mitchells vs. the Machines (Netflix). Fortunately,...

Cuties angers campaigners

A French film about a group of 11-year-old girl dancers titled Cuties and due for release on Netflix on 9 September has raised eyebrows...

Soldier, Father, Son Review: A pain you can’t amputate

As many may find it convenient to forget, the United States has been waging war in Afghanistan for nearly 19 years. And it is...

Da 5 Bloods Review: The hell of war and a heart...

Civil War General William Tecumseh Sherman is said to have observed, with famous succinctness, that “war is hell.” With the rich but harrowing drama Da...

Free Audible stories and top Netflix picks for school holidays.

AUDIBLE STORIES     Though your kids may have to stay cooped up inside these school holidays, there’s no reason their imaginations can’t run wild. Audible, Amazon’s online...

Marriage Story Review: The anatomy of a tragedy

At first blush, the title of the drama Marriage Story (Netflix) may strike some as ironic. This is, after all, at least on the...

Netflix’s The Two Popes review: The Godd couple

When one is anticipating an indepth double portrait of two great figures of the Catholic Church, Pope Benedict XVI and Pope Francis, a buddy-comedy...

Netflix’s The King Review

With the success of recent historical dramas, both through streaming services and on the silver screen, it was only about time before an eager...

Netflix’s The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind Review

With the growing number of streaming services churning out movies every month, memorable productions of high quality and heart are rare to find. In addition,...

Netflix’s Carmen Sandiego Review

Whether due to the nostalgic sentimentality of an established audience or the change in interest of a newer one, remakes rarely find success. It is...
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