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Movie review: I, Origins

LUCAS BIRNIE At first glance Mike Cahill’s I, Origins may seem like a drab, almost cliché love story wrapped in the blanket categorization of boring art cinema. However, like the film’s premise...
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A good movie, a greater story

At this time of year, the marketing for Oscar-bait and — sometimes mutually exclusive — Oscar-worthy films can be a bit overwhelming. Given the very concept of perception, that anything which ignores...
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Movie review: The Imitation Game

They’re landscapes that we’ve seen before. The English station where terrified parents board their children on trains to escape the fear of war times. The battle-torn French countryside and devastate...
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Movie review: Horrible Bosses 2

Once again we meet the beloved characters of Nick, Kurt and Dale and their crazy antics in Horrible Bosses 2. The men are tired of answering to their overbearing bosses (sounds familiar) and decide t...