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Film review | Skull Island: Having beastly fun on a monster paradise
Film 22-03

Kong: Skull Island is a film that wears its influences on its sleeve but then just gets on with telling a rollicking and ludicrous story full of sound and fury, and apologising for very little • 3.5/5

Film review | John Wick Chapter 2: Bone-breaking, head-exploding perfection
Film 15-03

John Wick: Chapter 2 is an action movie done right, with a simple but classically validated storytelling struc...
Film review | Logan: Fond farewell to a brutal teddy bear
Film 07-03

Logan is a violent but strangely heartfelt tribute to a beloved character, whose passing from the cinematic ve...
Searching for severe beauty | Peter Sant
Film 01-03

Maltese-Australian director Peter Sant’s upcoming film Maneland appears to privilege location over ...
Film review | Girlfriend's Day: Anti-romantic misfire of the year… and it’s only February
Film 28-02

Girlfriend’s Day could have easily been workshopped as catnip for the bitter anti-Valentine’s...
Film review | Toni Erdmann: A sentimental education
Film 21-02

Toni Erdmann has charmed critics worldwide and swept up a generous array of awards following its debut at the ...
Attention all parents: Children Cinema Day on the horizon
Film 15-02

Children will be able to view a selection of 14 films at reduced prices at cinemas across Malta and Gozo on 11...
Film review | iBoy: When the info wars hit the streets
Film 15-02

iBoy is yet another example of British cinema being able to strip down genre stories to their essentials and d...
Film review | Under the Shadow: The true horrors of history writ supernatural
Film 07-02

For better or for worse, we are all framed by our fears and the horror genre is perfectly poised to expre...
Film review | Lo and Behold, Reveries of the Connected World
Film 01-02

When the legendary German director Werner Herzog releases a movie, you had best sit up and pay attention ...
British actor John Hurt dies at 77
Film 28-01

 Sir John Hurt, known for his roles in Alien and the Elephant Man, died on Friday • Hurt had been ba...
Film review | La La Land: Pick the right dream
Film 24-01

Although La La Land appears to be tonally opposed to the gritty and sometimes blood-soaked obsessive...
Film review | Paterson: The yearning desire for a quieter world
Film 18-01

Your friendly neighbourhood film critic is currently in Rome, sampling the cinematic delights of the Eternal C...
New guidelines to ‘boost professionalism’ of Malta’s film industry
Film 14-01

Registers to be set up for film industry employees, more tax rebates planned for foreign film productions ...
Film review | It’s only the end of the world: The afternoon apocalypse
Film 10-01

The movie's rocky promotional start that actually matches the tone and feel of this earnest but flawed fil...
These are the most anticipated films of 2017
Film 03-01

It’s the most hotly anticipated films of the coming year split into distinct categories. Because yes, it...