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Film review: Suburbicon

  As well as entertaining or informing cinema audiences, filmmakers can use their work as a vehicle for their political agenda. With his sixth feature in the director’s chair, George Clooney presents a satirical attack at modern America through his … Continue reading

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DVD review: Elysium

After the success of District 9, advert-maker turned filmmaker Neill Blomkamp is back with sci-fi action thriller ‘Elysium’, starring Matt Damon and Jodie Foster. Set over a century in the future, or 2154 to be precise, Earth is a diseased … Continue reading

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The Adjustment Bureau: Making a Philip K. of it

It is never an easy feat to develop a book into a successful film, maybe because of one’s closer attachment with literature as you would spend longer with that medium. In saying that, the films adapted from the works of … Continue reading

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