Danai Gurira is leaving The Walking Dead and I am sad

For the longest time, I have been saying I’m ready to quit The Walking Dead but I still haven’t done so. After Andrew Lincoln left us in the most ridiculous way, I was sure I would hate it so much I would quit it then, but I stuck with it, because the time jump filled me with hope and I became invested in Michonne, but now she’s leaving too!

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Papi Chulo: Film Review

Papi Chulo was on my list of films to check out at the 2018 London Film Festival – especially after I did the red carpet for it – but I couldn’t fit it in so I’m glad it’s finally getting a release over here. It’s a wonderful film with a terrific performance from Matt Bomer.

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Tell It to the Bees: Film Review

Tell It to the Bees is one of those period LGBTQ films that make you appreciate how far society has come, but also have far it still has to go.

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The Lion King: Film Review

The Lion King is not just another Disney live-action remake to me, it is THE Disney remake – the one I’ve been waiting for with a mix of excitement and trepidation. As you can probably tell from my previous articles, the 1994 original means a lot to me so the remake had a lot riding on it – so I’m pleased to report I was satisfied, although not completely won over.

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The Dead Don’t Die: Film Review

I was excited about Jim Jarmusch‘s new zombie comedy, The Dead Don’t Die, because I like so many members of the ridiculously amazing star-studded cast, but to say I was let down is quite the understatement.

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Spider-Man: Far From Home – Film Review

Spider-Man: Far From Home has a tough job being the first film after Avengers: Endgame so I’m happy to report that MCU fans will come away satisfied.

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Top Films for July

It’s about to be the start of a new month, which means it’s time, once again, to look ahead to the films coming to UK cinemas this July.

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Support the Girls: Film Review

I was pumped for Support the Girls – I had read many positive tweets, seen some fun GIFs and heard so much praise for Regina Hall – but it wasn’t the film I expected it to be so I felt a bit disappointed.

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Yesterday: Film Review

I love a lot of Richard Curtis‘ films but I wasn’t taken with the concept of Yesterday and the film failed to change my mind on that. It’s certainly not one of his – or director Danny Boyle‘s – best projects.

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Toy Story 4: Film Review

For a long time I had been worried about Toy Story 4 because I thought Toy Story 3 ended things perfectly so I feared another instalment would ruin that. And now I’ve seen it I have to admit I didn’t think it was totally necessary.

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