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The Mauritanian – Film Review

The Mauritanian – Film Review

September 11th 2001 is perhaps the most infamous tragedy of the 21st century thus far. The terrorist attack, which saw two planes fly into the world trade centre in New York City, has been explored in perhaps every angle in…
Minari – Film Review

Minari – Film Review

Back before COVID-19, if you can even remember such a time, Parasite made history at the academy awards by becoming the first ever international non-english speaking film to win best picture. This historic win would mark a newfound appreciation for…
Away – Film Review

Away – Film Review

Congratulations, you’ve made it through 2020 and successfully arrived in 2021! As he relief washes over us all and I begin to compile my best films of 2020 list, this year wastes no time in producing its own cinematic content.…
Wonder Woman 1984 – Movie Review

Wonder Woman 1984 – Movie Review

This year has been a truly horrific year for cinemas. With the multiple forced closures, extensive movie delays and studio/streaming service deals, it seems that the end of cinema is coming a lot sooner than expected. This summer, Christopher Nolan…
Silent Night – Film Review

Silent Night – Film Review

Around the months of November and December, you often get plenty of films released that are set around the Christmas holiday. Whilst most of those are family comedies, you do sometimes get a Christmas-themed film in different genres, such as…
A Christmas Carol (2020) – Film Review

A Christmas Carol (2020) – Film Review

Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol is a tale that has been ingrained in the public consciousness for 176 years now. It has been adapted for stage and screen countless times, and 2020’s version from sibling directors Jacqui and David Morris…
Pinocchio – Movie Review

Pinocchio – Movie Review

In 1999, Italian filmmaker and actor, Roberto Benigni beat acting giants such as Tom Hanks, Ian McKellen, Edward Norton and Nick Nolte to win the academy award for best lead actor for his Italian language film, Life Is Beautiful. This…
The Glass Man – Movie Review

The Glass Man – Movie Review

This year has made it very difficult for some films to get distributed with cinema closures and the exclusivity of streaming services. However, no film has had a more difficult time getting distributed than The Glass Man. Originally filmed in…
Babyteeth – Film Review

Babyteeth – Film Review

This year we’ve all lost an element of control over our own lives due to lockdowns and national/local restrictions. As we continue to struggle to adapt to a social landscape that seemingly changes every 2 weeks, thanks Boris, we need…
Game of Death – Film Review

Game of Death – Film Review

Whilst there have been far fewer offerings from cinemas this year due to the restrictions of the Covid-19 pandemic, films from streaming services and on Video-On-Demand (VOD) have provided some quality efforts. Unfortunately, Game of Death isn’t one of them.…