Beast

What makes Baltasar Kormákur’s Beast a worthwhile visit into the unforgiving African wilderness is, for me, not the picturesque landscapes, nor the realistic implementation of CGI. It is the compelling human drama beneath it, as an aching father fights to rebuild a healthy relationship with his daughters in the wake of a personal tragedy....

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Thor: Love and Thunder

Thor: Love and Thunder is expectedly peculiar and pretentious, but unexpectedly sweet and moving. Taika Waititi has made a significant improvement, for his previous attempt, as seen in the lacklustre Thor: Ragnarok, was mostly just peculiar and pretentious. What’s more, a string of actors not seen since the Kenneth Branagh days make an appearance....

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