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“Sleepless” is an enjoyably trashy piece of genre pulp
 

Sleepless is a cheap thrill but it’s a cheap thrill that relies on the charisma of its actors, and the f...

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“Rules Don’t Apply” feels a little too sweet to be sharp
 

It’s not quite “Blah Blah Bland” but the glimmer of golden era Hollywood seems a bit dimmer ...

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“Mad Max: Fury Road Black & Chrome” is a pure act of cinematic love
 

The black and white revival of George Miller’s Mad Max: Fury Road brings out the best in the film, as w...

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Park Chan-wook’s “The Haindmaiden” is a carnal tour de force
 

Francesca Amoroso tucks into Park Chan-wook’s feast for the eyes to find out if The Handmaiden is satisf...

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