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Established shorts director Imogen Thomas has made a powerful feature film debut with the minimalist and poetic Emu Runner.
This highly anticipated Australian film about the 2008 Mumbai attack delivers the goods.
The characters’ actions are never as important as the special effects they create.
This is a wonderful and charming film and a classical slice of entertainment.
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A worthwhile fantasy journey.
This film’s lunatic director is in charge of an asylum of 80s style sci-fi shenanigans.
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This isn’t arthouse fare. It’s a broad crowd-pleaser.
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