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Laal Singh Chaddha review: a Bollywood Forrest Gump

This remake of Robert Zemeckis’s iconic 1994 film is an Aamir Khan vehicle that adopts a mantle of popular musical entertainment to make some all-too-unpopular unpopular points about unity.

By Naman Ramachandran

Laal Singh Chaddha review: a Bollywood Forrest Gump
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Nope: the horrors of being seen

By Ben Walters

Nope: the horrors of being seen
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Fortune Favours Lady Nikuko: a playful response to Studio Ghibli

By Andrew Osmond

Fortune Favours Lady Nikuko: a playful response to Studio Ghibli
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Fairytale: deep-fake dictators in a nitrate nightmare

By John Bleasdale

Fairytale: deep-fake dictators in a nitrate nightmare
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Ariyippu: a plague on both your spouses

By John Bleasdale

Ariyippu: a plague on both your spouses
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Human Flowers of Flesh: a Mediterranean marvel

By James Lattimer

Human Flowers of Flesh: a Mediterranean marvel
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Vengeance is Mine, All Others Pay Cash: as juicy as it sounds

By Tony Rayns

Vengeance is Mine, All Others Pay Cash: as juicy as it sounds
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Bullet Train: mind the gap between its ears

By Rebecca Harrison

Bullet Train: mind the gap between its ears
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Fadia’s Tree: a study of displacement with airborne grace notes

By Leila Latif

Fadia’s Tree: a study of displacement with airborne grace notes
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Surface: a show as superficial as its title

By Rafa Sales Ross

Surface: a show as superficial as its title
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Maisie: portrait of the artiste as an old man

By Ben Walters

Maisie: portrait of the artiste as an old man
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Irma Vep: a cinephile fantasy made flesh

By Catherine Wheatley

Irma Vep: a cinephile fantasy made flesh
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Joyride: an Olivia Colman vehicle with a flat tyre

By Ruairí McCann

Joyride: an Olivia Colman vehicle with a flat tyre
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Under the Banner of Heaven: overblown Mormon mystery

By Philip Concannon

Under the Banner of Heaven: overblown Mormon mystery
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The Deer King: an adventure film in need of adventure

By Andrew Osmond

The Deer King: an adventure film in need of adventure
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Death of a Ladies’ Man: new skin for old songs

By Josh Slater-Williams

Death of a Ladies’ Man: new skin for old songs
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The Gray Man: short on grey matter

By Philip Kemp

The Gray Man: short on grey matter
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Atlanta Season 3: a complex exploration of blackness and whiteness

By Tony Rayns

Atlanta Season 3: a complex exploration of blackness and whiteness
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Unstuck in Time: devoted Vonnegut documentary

By Adam Nayman

Unstuck in Time: devoted Vonnegut documentary
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She Will: a bewitching feminist horror

By Carmen Gray

She Will: a bewitching feminist horror
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Prizefighter: a biopic on the ropes

By Philip Kemp

Prizefighter: a biopic on the ropes
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Laurent Garnier: Off the Record – effective reminder of the power of dance music

By Patrick Gamble

Laurent Garnier: Off the Record – effective reminder of the power of dance music
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The Railway Children Return: big-hearted yet sanitised nostalgia ride

By Rebecca Harrison

The Railway Children Return: big-hearted yet sanitised nostalgia ride
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McEnroe: too much baseline, not enough drop shots

By David Parkinson

McEnroe: too much baseline, not enough drop shots
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A Chiara review: an expressionistic coming-of-age drama

A Chiara review: an expressionistic coming-of-age drama
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Donna: sensitive story of the third act in a trans life

By Ben Walters

Donna: sensitive story of the third act in a trans life
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Explorer: warm, wryly absurdist portrait of a very British throwback

By Nick Bradshaw

Explorer: warm, wryly absurdist portrait of a very British throwback
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Black Bird: nerve-wracking prison thriller

By Trevor Johnston

Black Bird: nerve-wracking prison thriller
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Leave No Traces: impassioned, tragically pertinent political drama

By Michael Brooke

Leave No Traces: impassioned, tragically pertinent political drama
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