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21st Century Cinema

Predestination

Based on Heinlein’s sci-fi classic “All You Zombies-“, Predestination turns the timetravel genre upside down and takes it to extremes. More…

Predestination
Love

Exploring the psychological effects of isolation and loneliness when an astronaut becomes stranded in space, Love also touches on the fragility of humanity’s existence inspired by the writings of Carl Sagan in Pale Blue Dot. More…

Love
Red Siren

Based on the novel by Maurice G. Dantec, Red Siren is a thoughtful and emotionally affecting film that brings us to a showdown with Eva tempting her young daughter to be just like mommy. More…

Red Siren
The Host

Intelligent and entertaining, The Host forces us to ask questions about what makes us who we are and it’s no wonder Niccol chose to direct it, as he’s dealt with these themes several times before. More…

The Host
In Time

Starring Justin Timberlake and Amanda Seyfried, In Time is a rather unique story, mostly as it uses well known genre elements and plays them out smart and bold. More…

In Time
Gattaca

If we could genetically engineer the children of the future and eradicate all ailments of the human condition, would they still be unique as individuals? More…

Gattaca
Zero Dark Thirty

Remember Monday 10th of September, 2001? It was the last day of our pre-9/11 world, the day before many of us would hear the name Osama bin Laden for the first time. More…

Zero Dark Thirty
Margin Call

Set in 2008, Margin Call takes us into the world of market trading, toxic assets and a collapse that insiders knew was coming and asks what we would have done differently. More…

Margin Call
The Company Men

Writter and director John Wells takes a hard look at the highs and lows of the American dream in The Company Men, starring Ben Affleck, Tommy Lee Jones and Kevin Costner. More…

The Company Men
Hereafter

Step into the Hereafter with Clint Eastwood’s beautifully told story of three very different people who are all searching for answers to the questions that plague them. More…

Hereafter
The Adjustment Bureau

Emily Blunt and Matt Damon are literally tempting fate in the romantic thriller, Adjustment Bureau, inspired by a Philip K. Dick story and set around iconic landmarks of New York. More…

The Adjustment Bureau
Punch-Drunk Love

Director Paul Thomas Anderson finds himself an unlikely muse in Adam Sandler as he examines the transformative properties of love in this alternative romantic-comedy. More…

Punch-Drunk Love
The Master

Philip Seymour Hoffman and Joaquin Phoenix fight out an acting duel in Paul Thomas Anderson’s latest film – a challening and absorbing tour de force of images and under-the-skin dialogues. More…

The Master
Take Shelter

A film whose importance will only be grasped decades from now when humanity looks back on a time its storytellers were trying to warn us of changes coming. More…

Take Shelter
Drive

Directed by Nicolas Refn, Drive is an impeccably dressed piece of film, with spot-on cinematography and performances, not to mention a fantastic soundtrack by Cliff Martinez. More…

Drive

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