Monsters and Men: Film Review

Films about police brutality and Black Lives Matter have become popular in recent years so Monsters and Men really needed to do something different to stand out from the crowd, and while it is a poignant and touching film, it isn’t as affecting as films such as The Hate U Give and Fruitvale Station.

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Glass: Film Review

I am a huge fan of James McAvoy and thought he was brilliant in Split so, even though I didn’t care much for Unbreakable, I was looking forward to Glass, the conclusion of M. Night Shyamalan‘s trilogy. However, I came away feeling pretty meh about the whole thing.

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Mary Queen of Scots: Film Review

The subject matter of Mary Queen of Scots isn’t exactly my bag but I had to see it because I love Saoirse Ronan and Margot Robbie – and boy did they deliver.

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Beautiful Boy: Film Review

I have been a huge fan of Timothee Chalamet since I saw Call Me By Your Name and I even championed him to win the Oscar for this performance (still believe he was robbed!) so obviously I was going to check out Beautiful Boy, which puts him firmly back in the Oscars race once again.

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I’m feeling positive about True Detective season 3

After season 2 of True Detective well and truly flopped, I was ready to throw in the towel and not bother with any other instalments, but then they announced Mahershala Ali as the lead and that changed everything, so I had to give it a go. And I’m glad I did.

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Critics’ Choice Awards 2019: My favourite looks

The awards season is well and truly in full swing now. Last night it was the Critics’ Choice Awards and so naturally today’s post is about the red carpet fashion!

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The Front Runner: Film Review

I heard a lot of great things about The Front Runner during the London Film Festival (where I missed it) and I must admit that while Jason Reitman has made a good film, I found myself unsatisfied and wanting more.

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Stan & Ollie: Film Review

I must put my hands up and admit that I didn’t know much about Laurel and Hardy, so I found Stan & Ollie, a biographical comedy-drama about the famous comedy duo, both illuminating and entertaining.

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James McAvoy, Samuel L. Jackson and Sarah Paulson at the Glass U.K. premiere: My pics

Tonight the cast of Glass – Bruce Willis, Samuel L. Jackson, James McAvoy, Sarah Paulson and Anya Taylor-Joy – joined director M. Night Shyamalan on the white carpet of the U.K. premiere at London’s Curzon Mayfair.

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Colette: Film Review

Keira Knightley is the queen of period dramas and some might sigh at her doing another one, but Colette is different. It is one of the best period dramas I have seen in recent memory and Knightley was perfect for it.

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