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"I left Ad Astra feeling the best kind of dizzy - my perspective shifted, my footing unfamiliar, the world something imperceptibly new." - Barry Hertz, Globe & Mail

"Brad Pitt is an intergalactic Captain Willard, taking a fraught mission up-river in James Gray’s Ad Astra, an outer-space Apocalypse Now. In place of steaming jungles, this gives us existential chills. Instead of Viet Cong soldiers, it provides man-eating baboons and pirates riding dune-buggies.

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NR

"A historical piece that defies expectation and offers both the thrills of battle and a thoughtful critique of war and imperialism." - TheWrap

"A meaty piece of historical drama, ‘The King’ mixes power plays, canny twists and brutal, widescreen medieval battles with a refreshing lack of deference for the Shakespeare plays on which it’s loosely based.

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14A

"Imagine a high-wire act where the acrobat suddenly leaps to a higher wire, then to another that's higher still. It's the best way I can think of to describe the giddy thrill of watching Parasite, a masterpiece of serial surprises." - Wall Street Journal

ADDED SHOWS! "An exhilarating and furious indictment of class struggle, Parasite might be the masterpiece South Korea's Bong Joon-ho has been working toward his entire career.

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NR

"It captures the life and career of a rock 'n' roll star who never looked back, never apologized, never compromised, virtually never made a wrong move, and made it all seem effortless." - Variety

The new documentary Linda Ronstadt: The Sound of My Voice, directed by Rob Epstein and Jeffrey Friedman, proves aptly titled. Not only does the pic provide many examples of the glorious vocals that made its subject a pop music superstar, it also allows us to once again hear her voice as she narrates her story.

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STC

"Of course, Scorsese delivers a stunning, gangster flick but The Irishman is so much more, a melancholy eulogy for growing old and losing your humanity. Savour every one of its 209 minutes, you won't regret it." - Empire

NR

"Taika Waititi knocks it out of der park with the meaningful lunacy of his anti-hate satire, which is equal parts Mel Brooks, Wes Anderson and Waititi’s own whimsical brilliance." - Toronto Star." -

Winner of TIFF 2019 Audience Award. "Taika Waititi’s Jojo Rabbit (★★★★★) defies description. It is the story of a young wannabe Nazi named Jojo (Roman Griffin Davis) who dreams of serving the Führer and daydreams that Adolf Hitler (Waititi) is his best friend.

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