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Ema - Horrifying yet hypnotic
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EMA
A unique and electric flurry of anger, propelled by unconventionally centred dance routines and a knockout lead performance. 
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'Judas and the Black Messiah' or 'Minari'? Viola Davis or Frances McDormand? The SWITCH team has their verdicts for all of this year's biggest Oscars categories!
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PICK OF THE DAY
Handsome Devil
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HANDSOME DEVIL
The film has an important message to impart, and does so with ample heart.
Death of a Ladies' Man - Relationships, sobriety, and what happens when death comes calling
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Twister - Paving the way for disaster films for 25 years
TWISTER
Paving the way for disaster films for 25 years
The next time you see a hurricane, tsunami, earthquake or superstorm hitting a city on the big screen and some hunky so-and-so has to save us all, just remember that Helen and Bill were there first.
De Gaulle - Historical biopic on Free French leader
DE GAULLE
Historical biopic on Free French leader
A very basic - and oftentimes, very sweet - look at this period of Charles de Gaulle's life. It's really nicely shot, but will leave you feeling generally unamused.
Fatale - Potential to be a truly electric thriller
FATALE
Potential to be a truly electric thriller
It aims high but falls into mediocrity, never really initiating the spark to bring it to life. It's a shame, because with a little more intensity, this could have been a truly electric thriller.
Locked Down - Far from pandemic perfection
LOCKED DOWN
Far from pandemic perfection
I'm sure we'll see far more tasteless pandemic-themed films in the future, but this is so bland that it's hard to imagine anyone will tackle this ongoing issue with any real grace for years to come.
Wrath of Man - Another forgettable addition to the dude crime genre
WRATH OF MAN
Another forgettable addition to the dude crime genre
Even if you're a die-hard Guy Ritchie or Jason Statham fan, they have done so much better together. It's truly just another passable, forgettable crime film.
Twist - Please sir, can I have a lot less of this?
TWIST
Please sir, can I have a lot less of this?
The film genuinely has no idea if it wants to be a homage, a wink, a parallel, or complete coincidence. Yet the strangest part is that it manages to convince a really stellar cast to take part.
Citizen Kane - Celebrating the 80th anniversary of the great American masterpiece
CITIZEN KANE
Celebrating the 80th anniversary of the great American masterpiece
You expect a dusty old object, lofty in its legacy, but once the dust was wiped away, it's full of staggering dynamism and power. 'Citizen Kane' is one of the greatest films of all time.
First Cow - A minimalist portrait of the American dream
FIRST COW
A minimalist portrait of the American dream
Kelly Reichardt points to an alternate reality where it's not the muscle of capitalism that conquers, but rather the sweet companionship and commitment to fellowship, not the greed of self-interest.
Land - A beautifully filmed exploration of grief
LAND
A beautifully filmed exploration of grief
There is an inherent fascination in witnessing an individual cope with the elements, against the vastness of the wilderness. While it's beautifully shot and acted, sometimes less is more when it comes to screenplay.
Amélie - The perfect companion piece to 'Soul' for a life of joy
AMÉLIE
The perfect companion piece to 'Soul' for a life of joy
The fantastical atmosphere of 'Amélie' holds a special place in viewers hearts all over the world, with its distinctive tones being eternally memorable. With 'Soul' now trying to teach similar and valuable lessons, we have no excuse not to open our eyes and appreciate life's little gems.
Mortal Kombat - Ready? Fight!
MORTAL KOMBAT
Ready? Fight!
It's hyper-violent - something you would expect from what was basically the first very violent video game - and it doesn't hold back on the gore. It's camp fun that lives up to the video game.
The United States vs. Billie Holiday - a biopic that fails to soar
THE UNITED STATES VS. BILLIE HOLIDAY
a biopic that fails to soar
Andra Day deserves a better opportunity to showcase both her acting and singing talent, and Billie Holiday deserves a biopic far less by-the-numbers than this.
Gunda - Piglets, peace and producer Joaquin Phoenix
GUNDA
Piglets, peace and producer Joaquin Phoenix
This documentary doesn't just deserve to be praised for footage captured. Its editing is key in articulating an emotional dialogue that forces its viewers to stop, breathe, and bear witness.
Cross The Line - A gritty descent into a feverish hell
CROSS THE LINE
A gritty descent into a feverish hell
This is Mario Casas film, and the way he carries himself throughout is truly remarkable. These great thrillers are rare, and with a friendly runtime of 90 minutes, don't find an excuse to miss it.
Supernova - Colin Firth & Stanley Tucci's comforting yet confronting romance
SUPERNOVA
Colin Firth & Stanley Tucci's comforting yet confronting romance
A patient portrait of every couple's worst nightmare. It serves as a reminder to hold the ones you love tight, in an experience designed to make your heart swell before shattering it completely.
Love and Monsters - A fun freakshow for the whole family
LOVE AND MONSTERS
A fun freakshow for the whole family
Yet another victim of the pandemic-mandated cinema-to-VOD shuffle, it's unfortunate that this film won't get a chance to shine on the big screen in the way few non-franchise films get to any more.
Collective - A shocking, raw investigation that defies belief
COLLECTIVE
A shocking, raw investigation that defies belief
The depth of information is incredible; interweaving the key events from the reporters, survivors and politicians. We view the scandal as it unfolds, from a cold and uncompromising viewpoint.
Tom & Jerry - A spiritless reimagining of a classic cartoon
TOM & JERRY
A spiritless reimagining of a classic cartoon
The spirit of the old cartoons is nowhere to be seen here. There's enough to entertain families, but for those looking to revisit some old favourites, it's best to look elsewhere.
The Father - A deeply moving look at mental illness
THE FATHER
A deeply moving look at mental illness
A critical darling and awards frontrunner, this is a film with emotional power and stellar performances for Olivia Colman and Anthony Hopkins.
Nobody - 'John Wick's' cousin is just as badass - but with more laughs
NOBODY
'John Wick's' cousin is just as badass - but with more laughs
While it doesn't quite nail the genre, it's still a wild and crazy escapist romp that'll leave any action fan happy. We're here to eat popcorn and watch someone else kick arse! And 'Nobody' delivers.
The Painter and the Thief - A strange, joyful examination of an artist and her muse
THE PAINTER AND THE THIEF
A strange, joyful examination of an artist and her muse
It's not a black-and-white narrative with a good guy, a bad guy, and a clear-cut scheme. It's a raw yet rich exploration of the messiness of human relationships, their beauty and depravity.
Golden Voices - Immigration struggles with amusing challenges
GOLDEN VOICES
Immigration struggles with amusing challenges
This amusing story of Russian dubbing stars may seem ultra-specific, but it clearly has a universal theme for all to appreciate and enjoy, and presents the idea in an amusing and heartfelt way.
The Grizzlies - Freedom Writers meets Mighty Ducks
THE GRIZZLIES
Freedom Writers meets Mighty Ducks
It loses its way when it tries to be an inspirational sports drama, but when it focuses on the Inuit community and the troubles they face, it gives you every reason to smile and even shed a tear.
One Night in Miami - A dynamic look at a meeting of four icons
ONE NIGHT IN MIAMI
A dynamic look at a meeting of four icons
It's a rare pleasure to watch a film like Regina King's 'One Night in Miami' that is willing to leave big questions about four larger-than-life men up in the air instead of trying to answer them.
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