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Red Sparrow (2018) Film Review

The concept of the Sparrows - attractive female spies trained to use their sexuality to compromise male targets - sounds like something that would be right at home in farcical espionage literature. Remember Xenia Onatopp from GoldenEye?

The Killing (1956) Film Review

The Killing operates in a bare bones film noir atmosphere with the minimum of character needed to propel celluloid forward. The big score, a daring heist on the vast reserves of cash swilling around on race day is the heart of the film.

Game Night (2018) DVD Review

As you get older, staying in becomes the new going out.  The once craving for clubbing and drinking gets replaced  by the sensible yearning for staying in and playing board games. Nothing beats a game of Saturday Scrabble, that's for sure.…

The Post (2017)

In 2016, Liz Hannah's debut screenplay was ranked second on the Black List, an annual survey of most-liked films not yet produced that included Academy Award nominees Roman J. Israel, Esq. and I, Tonya. Its high ranking attracted the…