Gaza – Hot Docs 2019 Quickie Review

Garry Keane and Andrew McConnell take us on an in-depth look at the harsh life that the residents of the Gaza Strip are living through. The filmmakers journey to this politically uncertain middle-ground between two neighboring nations, strive to explore how something like this can happen to such a substantial number of people; being trapped […]

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Glass- Film Review

M. Night Shyamalan started his superhero legacy 19 years ago with the underrated Unbreakable, following the stories of David Dunn and Elijah Price as they each struggle with the tragedies that have befallen them. 15 years later, Split proved to be a bit of a sequel, following the deranged ramblings of the Kevin Wendall Crumb, […]

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Double Take-Private Life

Welcome to Double Take, a brand new collaborative writing series from the On The Clock team, in which two or more members of our writing committee review the same film, either with a similar or different opinion, to give the reader multiple stances on the subject being covered. Today’s article is on Private Life, the […]

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