Elena Lazic, Little White Lies

Elena Lazic

Little White Lies

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Past articles by Elena:

Deep Water review – A sexy and gruesome erotic thriller

Ana de Armas and Ben Affleck play spouses engrossed in a twisted game of cat and mouse in director Adrian Lyne’s long-awaited return. → Read More

Tick, Tick... Boom! review – An onslaught of high-energy tunes

Jonathan Larson’s celebrated stage musical gets the Lin-Manuel Miranda treatment – for better and for worse. → Read More

Summer of ’85 review – One of Ozon’s most moving films to date

French director François Ozon turns back the clock for a sun-kissed gay love story that’s shot through with tragedy. → Read More

Camille Keaton on the legacy of I Spit on Your Grave

The actor reflects on her role in the controversial rape revenge classic from 1978. → Read More

The Lighthouse review – A dangerous mix of horror and comedy

Robert Pattinson and Willem Dafoe take a brutal tumble into the abyss in Robert Eggers’ monochrome nightmare. → Read More

Angel Has Fallen review – Doesn’t know the meaning of the word ‘overkill’

Gerard Butler is back as super-patriot Mike Banning in this grimly violent action threequel. → Read More

The Intruder review – Dennis Quaid: we stan!

Mischievous and pleasurable genre antics with Dennis Quaid as a tooled-up, MAGA-hatted nutbag. → Read More

Dirty God review – Elevated by Vicky Knight’s performance

A victim of an acid attack learns to cope with her trauma in writer/director Sacha Polak’s emotionally intelligent drama. → Read More

Pet Sematary review – Makes a mess of Stephen King’s novel

A serious case of miscasting fatally undermines this adaptation of Stephen King’s 1983 chiller from directors Kevin Kölsch and Dennis Widmyer. → Read More

The Aftermath review – More to this melodrama than meets the eye

Keira Knightley and Alexander Skarsgård experience forbidden love in postwar Germany courtesy of British director James Kent. → Read More

Piercing review – A crazy giallo-esque chamber piece

Mia Wasikowska and Christopher Abbot play wicked games in this psychosexual horror, adapted from the novel by Ryū Murakami. → Read More

Happy Death Day 2U review – Even more gripping than the first one

This time-bending slasher sequel from writer/director Christopher Landon packs a surprising emotional punch. → Read More

If you like Burning, seek out this other haunting Murakami adaptation

Like Lee Chang-dong’s latest, Tony Takitani explores themes of isolation, obsession and the pervasive influence of capitalism. → Read More

Capitol Gains: The dramatic allure of political campaign films

From The Candidate to The Ides of March and The Front Runner, Hollywood has a rich history of illuminating the electoral process. → Read More

Bumblebee review – A thrilling and emotional old-school kids’ film

There’s a dash of Spielbergian charm in this thrilling family adventure from Kubo and the Two Strings director Travis Knight. → Read More

Aquaman review – Not a disaster, but still a disappointment

DC Comics chance their arm with this zany, entertaining and frequently confounding underwater epic. → Read More

Nine roles that defined Robert Redford’s on-screen persona

From the Sundance Kid to Jay Gatsby, here are some of the Hollywood icon’s most memorable characters. → Read More

The Christmas Chronicles review – Like being slightly tipsy on mulled wine

Kurt Russell’s irresistiblly charming turn as Santa Claus makes this a festive-themed family adventure to savour. → Read More

A Sicilian Ghost Story review

A young girl attempts to unravel the mystery of her friend's disappearance in Fabio Grassadonia and Antonio Piazza’s second feature. → Read More

Truth or Dare review

A cursed version of everyone’s least favourite party game causes havoc for some teens in Blumhouse’s latest horror offering. → Read More