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Sweet Girl review – Jason Momoa’s Netflix action thriller is a non-starter

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Getting one’s own sub-par Netflix action movie has become a rite of passage for male and female actors alike, regardless of fame, age or status, with Mark Wahlberg, Karen Gillan, Chris Hemsworth and Liam Neeson all re...

Gunpowder Milkshake review – slick thriller goes down smoothly

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It feels short-sighted to refer to something as a John Wick rip-off given that John Wick was ripping off so many films before it that were in turn ripping off so many before that, and so on and so on, but the success ...

Riders of Justice review – Mads Mikkelsen revenge thriller turns screwball

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The poster image of a grey-bearded, shaven-headed, tooled-up, mean-looking Mads Mikkelsen, combined with that title, might set alarm bells ringing … along the lines of, “Oh no, he’s doing a Taken.” Blessedly, rather t...

Ride or Die review – bloody revenge and blossoming love in shocking Japanese thriller

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The prolific director Ryūichi Hiroki has carved out a niche in modern Japanese cinema with his willingness to delve into the darker sides of sexuality. Following a start in the softcore “pink” films, He has moved to t...

Zola review – pulp-factual viral tweet becomes an icily slick urban thriller

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En 2015, a part-time dancer from Detroit called Aziah “Zola” Wells went viral with a cheeky Twitter thread purporting to tell the pulp-factual tale of her recent, crazily dangerous road trip to Florida with someone ca...

Shorta review – Danish urban thriller gets the heart pumping

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Denmark’s reputation as the land of tolerance, equality and cosy contentment takes a battering in this superslick urban thriller directed with adrenaline and savvy by first timers Frederik Louis Hviid and Anders Ølhol...

Midnight review – deaf heroine brings a new element to super-tense Korean thriller

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This twisty-turny thriller from South Korea is an impressive, auspicious debut for writer-director Kwon Oh-Seung; taut as a piano-wire garotte, it’s compelling as a genre exercise. But it also offers a (possibly accid...

How to Stop a Recurring Dream review – Ruby Barker lends class to kidnap thriller

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There are some strong ideas and sharply observed family dysfunction drama in this feature debut by documentary maker Ed Morris. But none are enough to stop the film sinking into silliness, with a highly implausible ab...

TV esta noche: Connie Nielson and Christopher Eccleston star in amnesiac thriller

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“What the hell have you been up to, Jo, and who have you been up to it with?” That’s the question tormenting Connie Nielsen in the first of this six-part drama. After waking up in a pool of blood at the bottom of the...

Flashback review – confusing but compelling multiverse thriller

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If Slaughterhouse-Five and Donnie Darko had a baby, and that baby grew up in the 2000s, became a teenager and then developed a bit of a substance abuse problem, went partying with Denis Villeneuve’s Enemy and that Ash...

The Mosquito Coast review – Apple’s thriller remake is a disappointing journey

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In the new fugitive thriller series The Mosquito Coast, Justin Theroux stars as Allie Fox, an off-the-grid handyman who forbids his family from using phones, screens or anything that can ping Google Maps. Allie and hi...

Bull review – a terrifying thriller

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At his bruising best – and Bull is his finest cinema work since his debut, London to Brighton – writer-director Paul Andrew Williams is a furiously visceral force behind the camera. His knuckleduster direction goes be...

For the Sake of Vicious review – ugly home-invasion thriller whose title says it all

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Ultraviolence is too often seen as a cinematic end in itself – but the results are often ugly, aburrido, or both. This Canadian home-invasion thriller falls into this trap, so ferociously focused on the scent of blood t...

The Little Things review – Denzel Washington killer thriller is a big mess

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There’s a self-serious portent to the drab serial killer thriller The Little Things, a smug sense of grandiosity informing us that it’s not only more substantial than the average stalk-n-stab schlock, but that it’s go...

Al agua! revisión: el ingenioso thriller de cruceros te presenta como el villano

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A bordo de un transatlántico que viajaba de Gran Bretaña a Nueva York a finales de la década de 1930, un actor famoso asesina a su marido arrojándolo desde la cubierta superior al mar embravecido. Si esto fuera una pieza de ficción detective de la edad de oro ....

‘Jaws at 35,000 feet’: the flight attendant whose thriller debut sold for seven figures

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Flight attendant Torri Newman was working on the red-eye flight from Los Angeles to New York when the idea for her debut novel came to her. To be precise, she was blocking access to the cockpit, a security procedure r...

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