Published Aug 29, 2014Get a cinematic start to your weekend with our favourite Friday tradition: the Film Review Roundup. At the end of every week, we grab a bunch of our must-read film reviews for your reading pleasure. Click through below to see which films will brighten your weekend and which might be better left unseen, then stop by our Recently Reviewed section for more film reviews every week.
Our review of espionage thriller The November Man is first up in today's roundup. Read it to find out why our reviewer coined a new word — "a-meh-zing" — just to describe it.
Life of Crime is the delightfully bumbling prequel to Quentin Tarantino's Jackie Brown. Tarantino buffs will want to check it out, but not without reading our review first; our reviewer says that the film "gives you precisely what you're looking for and nothing more."
Susan Sarandon's latest endeavour, The Calling, is a serial killer mystery turned in-depth character study. Find out if Sarandon's new film is a cinematic success or a major flop at the link above.
Finally, have a look at our review of Congress, Ari Folman's psychedelic commentary on the state of the entertainment industry. You can learn all about the many dazzling elements of this unique film by following the link.
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