The Autopsy of Jane Doe: Film Review

I’m not a fan of horrors but the premise of The Autopsy of Jane Doe appealed to me and I’m glad I checked it out because it is an effective horror with a couple of successful jump scares and plenty of gore.

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Free Fire: Film Review

Free Fire, one of my favourite films at the 60th London Film Festival, is an absolute gem. I didn’t stop laughing, smiling and thinking “this is awesome” throughout the entire movie.

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Life (2017): Film Review

When Life was first announced, I groaned because the sci-fi genre has been done to death recently and I didn’t think we needed a new space movie. It isn’t original by any means but it is still a very enjoyable and seriously intense thriller.

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Daniel Day-Lewis films new Paul Thomas Anderson movie in London

I always seem to hear about filming taking place in London afterwards and I always kick myself because I love to go down and watch. Thankfully, this wasn’t the case with the new currently-untitled Paul Thomas Anderson project as I saw on Twitter on Tuesday that they were filming and they were still there today. Here’s what I saw:

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The Lost City of Z: Film Review

The Lost City of Z is one of those films that are annoying to review because my feelings about it are complicated and conflicting. It is a fascinating story and I liked it, but I would have enjoyed it way more had it been given a substantial trim because it is too long and slow.

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Personal Shopper: Film Review

As you probably know by now, I love Kristen Stewart so will watch anything with her in, for better (Clouds of Sils Maria) or worse (Certain Women, see review). Personal Shopper falls squarely between those. It’s okay, I liked it, but I don’t know if I got it.

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Get Out: Film Review

Get Out had a lot of hype to live up to. It has excelled at the box office in the U.S. and scored rave reviews so I was expecting a lot and because of this, it ever-so-slightly let me down. The hype had made me come to expect perfection and Get Out is close but not 100% flawless.

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Beauty and the Beast: Film Review

The live-action retelling of Disney classic Beauty and the Beast was under serious pressure to be good because the original meant a lot to my family growing up. Sure, we liked The Jungle Book and Cinderella but Beauty and the Beast is the first of the live-action reboots that I desperately wanted/needed to be good – and I thankfully wasn’t let down.

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Elle: Film Review

I didn’t originally have Elle on my list of films to see at the London Film Festival but I had heard so many good things about it, I had to try and catch a screening and I’m so glad I did because it became one of my LFF favourites.

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Kong: Skull Island – Film Review

I had heard really polarising things about Kong: Skull Island so I went in with low expectations and l really enjoyed myself. I think that’s the key – go in expecting something silly, cheesy and lowbrow and you won’t be disappointed.

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