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dumb money

Dumb Money is an excellent exploration of the 2021 GameStop short squeeze, with a great leading performance from Paul Dano as Keith Gill, the inadvertent figurehead of a David and Goliath style battle between regular people and the elites of Wall Street.

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anatomy of a fall

While Anatomy of a Fall doesn’t particularly deliver on its premise of a riveting thriller, it's at its strongest when it delves into the relationship dynamics of its main characters.  



Uproar enjoys an abundance of great performances, led by an excellent Julian Dennison, that explore convincingly a thoughtfully written story from writer/directors Hamish Bennet and Paul Middleditch.

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the exorcist: believer

The Exorcist: Believer is an interesting idea for a revival of The Exorcist franchise and features some effective scares, a great performance from Leslie Odom Jr. and the return of Ellen Burstyn but it doesn’t entirely succeed as a successor to the inimitable 1973 original film.

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the creator

A sci-fi classic in the making, The Creator is one of the most imaginative, soulful films in recent memory with a thoroughly engaging and thought provoking tale, stunning world building, and a superb cast. One of 2023’s best films.

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it lives inside

It Lives Inside is an inventive and effective horror exploring from an Indian-American point of view the alienation children of migrants can feel in an unaccommodating cultural setting. 

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the bob's burgers movie

The Bob's Burgers Movie is a charming adaptation of the long running animated series, with great humour and musical numbers that will please returning fans as well as newcomers to the series.

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