Review: Twin Peaks 2017 E08

“Got a light?”

by Benjamín Harguindey

A weekly review of Twin Peaks, the 2017 revival of the 1990 cult classic. Created, produced and written by Mark Frost and David Lynch. Directed by David Lynch. Spoilers.

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Review: Twin Peaks 2017 E07

“There’s a body all right.”

by Benjamín Harguindey

A weekly review of Twin Peaks, the 2017 revival of the 1990 cult classic. Created, produced and written by Mark Frost and David Lynch. Directed by David Lynch. Spoilers.

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Review: Twin Peaks 2017 E06

“Don’t die, don’t die, don’t die.”

by Benjamín Harguindey

A weekly review of Twin Peaks, the 2017 revival of the 1990 cult classic. Created, produced and written by Mark Frost and David Lynch. Directed by David Lynch. Spoilers.

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Review: Twin Peaks 2017 E05

“The cow jumped over the moon.”

by Benjamín Harguindey

A weekly review of Twin Peaks, the 2017 revival of the 1990 cult classic. Created, produced and written by Mark Frost and David Lynch. Directed by David Lynch. Spoilers.

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On the Hypocrisy of Wonder Woman

No, it has nothing to do with feminism.

by Benjamín Harguindey

Wonder Woman has turned out to be the DCEU’s first indisputable success, both critically and commercially. And it’s a pretty good film by our account too, but there’s something a tad bit hypocritical about its premise that I can’t quite shake off. Spoilers.

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Review: Colossal (2016)

Big things come in Anne Hathaway-size.

by Alejandro Turdó

If you happened to casually catch any of the trailers for Colossal (2016), you probably thought it was much closer to an absurd comedy mashup than a deep drama with some monsters on the side. Think again, because the wonderful minds behind its marketing campaign definitively got it all backwards. Nacho Vigalondo’s new feature draws as far away as possible from your typical monster movie, delivering a story that focuses on failing relationships, substance abuse and social satire.

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Review: The Other Side of Hope (2017)

A poignant, thoughtful tragicomedy.

by Joanna van der Veen

The latest film from Finnish auteur Aki Kaurismäki is about two men from diametrically opposed walks of life. A tale of serendipitous meetings, unusual relationships and discrimination, it is a modern, off-beat look at the refugee crisis currently playing out across Europe.

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