Review Roundup: Redoubtable, The Young Karl Marx, Look Back in Anger

Three new films release today: The Young Karl Marx, Redoubtable and Look Back in Anger.

Read on for a selection of reviews and pop into the IFI to make up your own mind!

REDOUBTABLE
“It’s carried off with an irreverence that would delight Mel Brooks”
4/5 – Irish Times

“Hazanavicius’s film is full of stylistic nods to Godard, but is a bit of a hatchet job: it may also be accurate”
3/5 – Irish Independent

“Hazanavicius’ irreverence toward a living icon is unexpected, but appropriate. Yet the movie also pays tribute to Godard by imitating the loose playfulness of his early work”
San Francisco Chronicle

“The undeniably talented Hazanavicius has fun aping the signature flourishes of Godard’s cinematic style”
Entertainment Weekly

“The result is an entertainment of surprising liveliness”
Wall Street Journal

“The main triumph of Hazanavicius’ film is that it makes [Godard] human”
IndieWire

“A lightly audacious and fascinating movie”
Variety

THE YOUNG KARL MARX
“A superhero-style origin story for the Communist Manifesto”
4/5 – Irish Times

“It shouldn’t work, but it does, due to the intelligence of the acting and the stamina and concentration of the writing and directing”
4/5 – Guardian

“Raoul Peck is on a roll”
Rogerebert.com

“Both intellectually serious and engagingly free-spirited”
New York Times

LOOK BACK IN ANGER
“There’s no doubt that Richard Burton gives some firepower to those famous rant speeches, arias of self-hate and rage that might otherwise be overpoweringly shrill and petulant”
4/5 – Guardian

“Tony Richardson, directing his first feature, has given it a tough, vital style which represents something new in British cinema”
Sight and Sound

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