Sunday 27 February 2022


Forever and a Day by Anthony Horowitz
Chapters 8–11

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6 new reviews were published to this week...

Knives Out (2019)
clearly built like an Agatha Christie story, though perhaps with a touch more satire and humour. That’s not to say it’s an outright comedy, but this is a heightened world we’re in; it’s the real world, but filtered through the lens of a genre. And rather than follow the familiar formula of a Poirot- or Marple-type case, the film is like one of Christie’s other novels; one of the ones where the broad shape is the same, but there’s some twist or variant in how it’s told.
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Archive 5, Vol.5
- La Belle Époque (2019)
- The Awful Truth (1937)
- Coming to America (1988)
- Scooby-Doo! & Batman: The Brave and the Bold (2018)
- The Social Dilemma (2020)
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More next Sunday.