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ReviewsTop Six at the Flix January 24

Top Six at the Flix January 24

What are the best movies to watch this month?

By Nic Jeune

Odeon Cinema Dorchester
Poor Things. (2023)

“Stuffed with rude delights, spry wit, radical fantasy and breathtaking design elements, the movie is a feast.” The Hollywood Reporter. David Rooney.

Plaza Cinema Dorchester
One Life. (2023)

“With a quality cast (which also includes Lena Olin as Winton’s wife and Jonathan Pryce as his friend), this is a finely crafted film.” Total Film. James Mottram

The Electric Palace Bridport
Wonka. (2023)

“…in the hands of Brit-cinema’s new kings of comedy, writer Simon Farnaby and writer-director Paul King (who have already worked their magic on Paddington), this pre-Wonka is an absolute Christmas treat.” The Guardian. Peter Bradshaw.

Netflix
The Kitchen (2023)

“It is such a stunningly and meticulously designed film that it continually captivates.” Total Film. Neil Smith.

BBC iPlayer Films
Easter Parade (1948)

“MGM’s glorious 1948 musical starring Judy Garland and Fred Astaire, is sheer entertainment from beginning to end.” Reel Talk. Betty Jo Tucker.

Spike Island (2012)
“Following 24 Hour Party People and Control, another chapter in the rich musical history of northwest England is celebrated in coming-of-age saga Spike Island. This third feature from Mat Whitecross (Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll) focuses on a fictional teen band in the days leading up to the May 1990 Merseyside outdoor concert performed by Manchester’s Stone Roses”, Variety. Charles Gant

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