Review: The Aftermath (2019) – The Future Is Bright

While it would be easy to say that Kiera Knightley is having a good year after watching Colette, I'm pretty sure she just doubled down. While it might not be as culturally relevant or sexually expressive as her prior work (despite trying to be the latter) it is equally as important and vital thanks to …

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Review: Mary Queen of Scots (2019) – Two Sides of a Coin

Coming off the high of last years Lady Bird, Saoirse Ronan returns to the spotlight as Mary in this carefully directed yet stunted period piece that despite many different qualities never quite feels like a piece of cinema designed for entertainment. Feeling more like a history lesson for most of its run, Josie Rourke's directorial …

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