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The Top 10 Films of 2013

By Simon Miraudo December 18, 2013 December: for avid list-makers, it’s the cinematic equivalent of Thunderdome. (Hundreds of movies go in. Only one comes out.) We’ve spent the past eleven months reviewing 2013′s releases as fairly and thoughtfully as possible, but that veneer of considerate criticism will be dropped in favour of sweet, sweet chart-making. […]

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The Top 10 Foreign Language Films of 2013

By Simon Miraudo December 2, 2013 December: for avid list-makers, it’s the cinematic equivalent of Thunderdome. (Hundreds of movies go in. Only one comes out.) We’ve spent the past eleven months reviewing 2013’s releases as fairly and thoughtfully as possible, but that veneer of considerate criticism will be dropped in favour of sweet, sweet chart-making. […]

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The Top 10 Films of 2013 (So Far)

By Simon Miraudo June 27, 2013 With six months (and six James Franco flicks) behind us, it’s time to reflect on the best movies 2013 has offered thus far. Can we make any sweeping generalisations about the half-year that was? Well, considering that Fast and Furious 6 was very close to cracking this particular Top 10, we can at least […]

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Interview: Pablo Larrain (No)

By Simon Miraudo April 18, 2013 Pablo Larrain is over it. After three consecutive films detailing life under General Augusto Pinochet in his home country of Chile, he is eager to tackle a different subject. Thankfully, his unofficial trilogy of darkly comic social commentaries is capped with his best feature yet: No. It follows the […]

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The medium is the message – No review

By Simon Miraudo February 18, 2013 It’s the rare movie that celebrates marketing minds. Even the heroes of TV’s Mad Men are presented as having questionable professional ethics, what with their uncanny ability to peddle cigarettes and their willingness to promote such blights on U.S. culture as Richard Nixon and jai alai. Pablo Larraín‘s No […]

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