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Maxance Vincent

Maxance is a film student at the Université de Montréal, with a minor in Video Game Studies and a freelance film/TV and culture critic, focusing on genre cinema and contemporary feature films, while initiating as many people as he can to the incredible chaos of Uncut Gems.

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Leo: Kanagaraj Movie Review

Boosted by a career-best performance by Vijay and assured direction from Lokesh Kanagaraj, Leo quickly climbs to the top of the Lokesh Cinematic Universe as its best entry yet.

Tiger 3 (2023): Movie Review

Tiger 3 doesn’t reach the heights of Pathaan despite a consistent array of fun action scenes and the legendary presence of Shah Rukh Khan.

Anatomy of a Fall (2023): Movie Review

Justine Triet’s Anatomy of a Fall is a masterclass in raw emotion and subjective storytelling, with Sandra Hüller giving the year’s very best performance.

The Exorcist: Believer – Movie Review

David Gordon Green’s The Exorcist: Believer fundamentally misunderstands what made the original film (and book) stand the test of time as one of the most influential pieces of horror storytelling ever crafted.

Expend4bles (2023) Movie Review

Despite an hour-long high-octane climax, Scott Waugh’s Expend4bles is a mind-numbingly boring final installment that seemingly forgets to construct its action sequences properly.

Blue Beetle: Movie Review

Despite a familiar structure and shoddy visual effects, Blue Beetle’s self-contained story and energetic action sequences keep the story moving.

Gran Turismo: Movie Review

Despite a predictable structure, Neill Blomkamp’s Gran Turismo entertains thanks to some dazzling racing sequences and good supporting performances from David Harbour and Orlando Bloom.

The Mother: Netflix Film Review

While it’s certainly great to see Jennifer Lopez headline an action film again, The Mother is painfully boring, and haphazardly edited and written.

Love Again: Film Review

The welcomed (but completely unnecessary) presence of Céline Dion cannot save Love Again from being amazingly trite.

Polite Society: Film Review

Priya Kansara gives an incredible breakout performance in the unfortunately dull Polite Society, which puts the “when is too much too much?” notion to the test.