Kingsman: The Golden Circle – Film Review

As you all probably know, I LOVED Kingsman: The Secret Service (read review here); I bought it on DVD, I have seen it multiple times and I developed a massive crush on newcomer Taron Egerton, so Kingsman: The Golden Circle was always going to have a struggle to be as good as, if not better. It definitely isn’t as amazing as the first one but don’t write it off as it’s still a highly entertaining movie.

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Victoria & Abdul: Film Review

I didn’t look much into Victoria & Adbul so I assumed it was going to be this straightforward (and possibly boring) royal drama so I was pleasantly surprised by how funny and uplifting it was.

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It: Film Review

I’m not a massive horror fan but after hearing all the positive reviews of It and reading about its box office success, I had to check it out and I was not disappointed.

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Wind River: Film Review 

I love Elizabeth Olsen, I think she is excellent in every role (especially in indies) and she didn’t disappoint in Wind River, a riveting murder mystery.

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Mother! – Film Review

I knew going into Mother! That it would be weird and confusing as hell and while my predictions were correct, I never could have prepared myself for how intense, stressful, and deeply uncomfortable it was.

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Una: Film Review

Rooney Mara shows off her stellar British accent in this film adaptation of David Harrower’s play Blackbird, which has been revived on the stage many times, mostly recently with Jeff Daniels and Michelle Williams in the lead roles.

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The Limehouse Golem: Film Review

I didn’t know an awful lot about The Limehouse Golem except it starred Douglas Booth and Bill Nighy (enough reason to watch any movie) and it’s certainly not what I expected from a Victorian murder mystery but I enjoyed it very much.

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American Made: Film Review

Tom Cruise is best known for his serious action movies and tentpole blockbusters so it was really nice to see him revisiting his lighter side with American Made.

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Detroit: Film Review

Detroit tells an important story about police brutality against African-Americans in the 1960s and shares a hard-hitting and poignant message that things still haven’t changed today. It made me very angry and left me reeling about the injustice of it all for hours afterwards.

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Logan Lucky: Film Review 

I had been excited for Logan Lucky for a while because I LOVE the cast, Steven Soderbergh movies and the trailer made it look absolutely hilarious. I must admit that while it is very good, it is not quite the fun-filled riot I expected it to be.

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