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George Clooney's Suburbicon offers a mediocre tale, muddied by two plotlines that lack the proper glue to bind them together.

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The romantic book adaptation is a highly improbable and painfully sappy tale about two opposites stranded on a mountain top.

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Festival to feature 16 works spanning genres including drama and comedy to showcase the country's cinematic diversity and eclecticism.

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Thor: Ragnarok continues the exploits of the Norse god, with plenty of action and wisecracks thrown in.

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As the largest and longest-running international film platform in South-east Asia, the Singapore International Film Festival continues to celebrate the magic of cinema in its upcoming 28th edition.

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The Meyerowitz Stories (New And Selected) has shades of Woody Allen, but its cast and brilliant writing make it feel original.

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Mainland Chinese director Vivian Qu's Angels Wear White echoes the on-going Harvey Weinstein scandal that is rocking Hollywood.

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Home Again, fails to elicit any sympathy for the privileged, jobless, single parent protagonist.

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It makes a wonderful companion piece to the original and 30 years from now, its vision of humanity will still be powerful and relevant.

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Art mirrors life as Malaysian filmmaker Saw Teong Hin confronts his painful past through his beautifully-shot, semi-autobiographical You Mean the World to Me.