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#794 ( 5-11 February 2016 )
Difficult to watch, occasionally stomach hurting hilarious, this is a flawed film
#793 ( 29 Jan-4 Feb 2016 )
Spotlight is riveting, important, extremely relevant and it will make you gasp
#792 ( 22-28 January 2016 )
A gem of a movie disguised as a film about “older” people
#791 ( 15-21 January 2016 )
Sicario is a kind of neo-realistic take on what it might be like to be an everywoman trying to work in impossible situations
#790 ( 8-14 January 2016 )
Made by the great Ridley Scott, the film portrays the dangers and beauties of space travel
#789 ( 1-7 January 2016 )
The Force Awakens has taken its life from the imagination of the gifted writer/director and its new talents.
#788 ( 25-31 December 2015 )
A timeless, poignant reminder that life can be both hideously unfair, as well as transcendentally sublime
#787 ( 18-24 December 2015 )
Beautifully shot, and poignantly scored, Sherpa is an important film for the world
#786 ( 11 - 17 December 2015 )
This year, the Kathmandu International Film Festival (KIMFF) may have surpassed itself
#785 ( 4-10 December 2015 )
While it may not be set in Baker Street, it is an essential imagining and extension of the adventures of Sherlock Holmes
#784 ( 27 November - 3 December 2015 )
A problematically long bore of a film that basically has several interminable, linked set pieces that do very little to enhance a plotless film.
#783 ( 20-26 November 2015 )
A young female journalist embarks on an investigation to try and locate the whereabouts of Nimalarajah, a Tamil journalist who disappeared over seven years ago
#782 ( 6-12 November 2015 )
In the hands of a man like Sebastião Salgado, pictures can indeed become testaments written in light and shadow.
#781 ( 30 October - 5 November 2015 )
A carefully crafted film that elucidates the usually clandestine meetings that must take place in order for reason to triumph over madness
#780 ( 16-22 October 2015 )
Dior and I is much more than just a film, it is a character study, almost anthropological examination of a very tight knit group of people
#779 ( 9-15 October 2015 )
Do make an effort to see the film – it’ll have you in stitches
#778 ( 2-8 October 2015 )
A must-see, and apart from a few inconsistencies, authentically portrays the hardships of Nepalis without romanticising it.
#777 ( 25 Sep - 1 Oct 2015 )
Jake Gyllenhaal's grisly performance in Nightcrawler is his best yet
#776 ( 18-24 September 2015 )
Hero abounds with unrealistic dialogues and actions
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#775 ( 11-17 September 2015 )
The movie tries to unpeel the complexities of its characters, but because it doesn’t tell us everything, it leaves most of the unpeeling to us.
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