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REVIEW: Soul (LFF 2020)

What is your life’s purpose? It’s a frighteningly loaded question, one that’s tiring to even think about, let alone answer. But in Soul, Pixar maestro Pete Docter tackles it head-on in what is undoubtedly his most existential, inspiring and life-affirming film to date. Joe Gardner…

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Audrey’s Top 100 Films of the 2000s: #80-61

80. The Impossible (J.A. Bayona, 2012) The Impossible takes a terrifying real-world disaster and brings it to life on a staggering scale — not just the event itself, but the devastating aftermath full of brutal injuries and desperate searches for loved ones. The Bennett family…

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REVIEW: Inside Out (2015)

The general consensus seemed to strongly suggest that ‘Inside Out’ was one of Disney-Pixar’s finest works, if not the best. A critically acclaimed project, and with audiences backing that up with a healthy recoup at the box-office, I was excited by an animated film for…