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Saturday, December 14, 2019

‘Once Upon A Time In…Hollywood’ — A Review

To describe Once Upon A Time In...Hollywood as Quentin Tarantino’s most personal film to date sounds rather meaningless; he’s never made an impersonal film, having...

Midsommar—Review

Midsommar opens with soft, folkish music playing over a mosaic depicting a series of disturbing but whimsically rendered tableaus—so far as statements of intent...

Spider-Man: Far From Home – Review

Spider-Man: Far From Home is a consistently entertaining, winningly-acted film that works best when it embraces the quirky and larger-than-life, both in its performances...

“Yesterday”: A Review

Yesterday is an example of one of the most frustrating types of film: the "good enough" movie you sense has greatness in its reach, but...

Wealth of Talent on Show at St Andrews Film Festival

As the semester drags on and exam season sets in, St Andrews can start to feel increasingly claustrophobic. The St Andrews Film Festival was...

Review: Captain Marvel

Film editor Milo Farragher-Hanks reviews Marvel's first female-lead film

St Andrews in the Cinema: A review of Tommy’s Honour

For all our recent success in the league tables, one area where St Andrews is lagging shamefully behind is the movies. Although the University...

A review of Carphanaum, Nadine Labeki’s eye opening documentary

Carphanaüm is the story of a boy named Zain who attempts to sue his parents for giving him life. It rests on a very...

The 2019 Oscars: A preview

On 22 January the Oscar nominations for 2019 were announced. The event, which takes place on Sunday 24 February will be without a host...

In cinemas now: Glass and Colette

The cold climes of a Scottish January means a retreat to the cinema is in short order – and, luckily, the cinema is only...