Gemini Man: Film Review

Gemini Man sounded like a ridiculous and bonkers idea but the thought of double Will Smith filled me with hope. But sadly even he can’t save this.

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Knives Out: LFF Film Review

Knives Out was the film I was most excited to see at LFF – I love a whodunnit and the ensemble cast was insane – so I’m happy to report that I really enjoyed it.

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Official Secrets: LFF Film Review

Official Secrets tells the remarkable true story of Katharine Gun, a whistleblower who took action and risked her livelihood in an effort to prevent the Iraq War. I didn’t know anything about her so I’m glad this film has been made to shine a light on her bravery.

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Honey Boy: LFF Film Review

You think you know Shia LaBeouf – given that he’s been in the spotlight since he was a child and has been in the headlines for his run-ins with the police in recent years – but when you watch his biographical film Honey Boy you’ll realise you had no idea.

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The Report: LFF Film Review

Adam Driver is having quite the year, isn’t he? He is appearing in four 2019 movies and he is just amazing in each one (I’m assuming with Star Wars), and he doesn’t disappoint in The Report – also known as The Torture Report.

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Jojo Rabbit: LFF Film Review

I was really unsure if I was going to like Jojo Rabbit – I love everything Taika Waititi has done and it has received so much praise but I didn’t know if the humour would be my cup of tea – so I’m relieved to say it’s fantastic. How could I have doubted Waititi?

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Hotel Mumbai: Film Review

After a string of so-so movies, Sky Cinema finally brings us a film that’s worth watching – Hotel Mumbai.

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Skin: Film Review

Jamie Bell is quite the chameleon. I would never have expected the child star from Billy Elliot to be playing a white supremacist, but somehow he convincingly pulls it off in Skin.

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Ready or Not: Film Review

Ready or Not isn’t a film I would generally choose to watch but I’d heard great things about it so I decided to give it a go and oh my, I enjoyed it so much.

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Ad Astra: Film Review

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A sci-fi starring Brad Pitt?! Yes, please! I had been excited for Ad Astra for quite some time, but, in all honesty, I was a bit disappointed. It’s good, but not at all what I expected.

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