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JUMPCUT ALL THE WAY: Elf (2003)

Arguably the greatest Christmas film ever, and easily the most quotable, Elf is the festive family staple that you’ll wish you could watch more than once a year. Whilst Will Ferrell’s “man-baby” routine may be a little tiresome in some of his other more adult…

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JUMPCUT ALL THE WAY: Netflix and Chill-mas

Christmas movies are just a click or a tap away and in a year where the Netflix original films have really kicked up a notch, the streaming service is bringing us four fresh festive offerings this year. JumpCut All The Way is celebrating some of…

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LFF 2018: Shadow

Known for his gorgeous visual storytelling, legendary director Zhang Yimou is back with his follow-up to the disappointing (albeit aesthetically beautiful) The Great Wall (2016), and thankfully back in more familiar territory now with Chinese-language film Shadow. More akin to his most well-known films Hero…

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LFF 2018: They Shall Not Grow Old

Back in 2001, director Peter Jackson made huge technological advancements with his groundbreaking fantasy trilogy Lord of the Rings. Similarly, his latest film, WWI documentary They Shall Not Grow Old, breaks new ground from a technical aspect, albeit with a very different subject matter. Fusing…

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LFF 2018: Wildlife

Arguably one of the most underrated actors out there, Paul Dano brings his directorial debut to LFF, also competing in the First Feature category. Known for choosing diverse and interesting roles, Dano equally brings a unique perspective to the family drama in the exceptionally beautiful…

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REVIEW: The Shape of Water (2018)

It is hard to believe that over 11 years have passed since arguably Guillermo del Toro’s finest work, ‘Pan’s Labyrinth’. Considered by many as his magnum opus, his films have been varying in quality since, although never not magnificent to look at. Supposedly the only film…

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LFF 2018: Roma

Roma may just be Alfonso Cuarón’s masterpiece. A bold way to start any review, but ‘Roma’ is a bold film, and the praise being heaped upon it already is thoroughly deserved. Cuarón’s love letter to his country and his childhood exhibits some of the most exquisite filmmaking…

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LFF 2018: Colette

A very personal project for Director Wash Westmoreland (Still Alice), Colette was the final film that he and his partner Richard Glatzer worked on before Glatzer sadly passed away in 2015 – and indeed it was a script that had been on Westmoreland’s radar since…