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Jordan Parker

Jordan Parker is a PR professional and journalist in Halifax, and these reviews appear first on his film blog Parker & the Picture Shows.

Film review: Shining sequel Doctor Sleep loses lustre, but saved by a grandiose conclusion

While Doctor Sleep — a well-intentioned, if meandering effort — captures the overall tone of the book in a way author Stephen King wished...

Film review: Norton’s nuanced performance sees a labour of love realized in Motherless Brooklyn

In a world of crashes, bangs and incomprehensible action sequences, Edward Norton’s crime drama Motherless Brooklyn is sweet, subtle respite. The story of Lionel, a...

Film review: Dark Fate marks the dawn of a new Terminator

To pretend this was ever going to reach the levels of sci-fi classics like the original or T2 was a frivolous notion, but Dark...

Film review: Countdown a low-rent, high-tech horror ripoff

The largest problem with Countdown is that it has absolutely nothing new to bring to the genre, or to viewers. Since Final Destination came out...

Film review: The Lighthouse is an Oscar-calibre plummet into gothic terror

Seeing The Lighthouse in theatres was an experience so moving, so incredibly guttural, that I could hardly contain my emotions for the duration. I audibly...

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