Avengers: Endgame – Film Review

Where do I even start with this review?! My mind has been reeling since I watched Avengers: Endgame a few hours ago – there is so much to process and I honestly feel like my brain has been unable to retain everything that happened! But what I do know is that I came away from it satisfied, impressed and very emotional. It’s the end of an era, man!

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Leave No Trace: Film Review

This weekend it’s the Sundance London film festival, which brings some of the highlights of the Sundance Film Festival to London. One of those movies on the bill is Leave No Trace, a drama starring Ben Foster.

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Avengers: Infinity War – Film Review

Trying to wrangle so many characters and storylines together to make one gigantic crossover movie seemed like an impossible task and I had no idea how the Russo brothers would do it – but somehow they have. Despite the hype and anticipation, Avengers: Infinity War manages to meet expectations and even exceed them. So impressed.

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Beast: Film Review

Beast wasn’t really on my radar but positive word of mouth encouraged me to check it out, and I’m glad I did – it is one impressive, slow-burning psychological thriller.

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The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society: Film Review

The title of The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society is too long, odd and requires some effort to say correctly, but don’t let that put you off because it’s quite a sweet movie.

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Truth or Dare: Film Review

Truth or Dare looked bad anyway, but it’s really done itself a disservice coming out the week after the amazing horror A Quiet Place because it only highlights its weaknesses and makes it look even worse by comparison.

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120 BPM (Beats Per Minute): Film Review

There have been a few films about the HIV/AIDS epidemic in the 80s/90s, with examples springing to mind like Philadelphia and The Normal Heart, but 120 BPM feels completely fresh, perhaps because it is French, the actors feel like real people, like it could be a documentary, and because it focuses on members of an activist group.

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A Quiet Place: Film Review

I have shied away from horrors in recent years but I had to check out A Quiet Place because I love Emily Blunt and was intrigued about her teaming up with her real-life husband John Krasinski, who directs, co-writes and co-stars, and I’m glad I did because it’s not just a good horror, it’s a good movie in general.

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Wonderstruck: Film Review

I enjoyed what Todd Haynes did with Carol so I had high hopes for Wonderstruck, and I know a lot of people did love it, but it is an odd film and I found it somewhat disappointing.

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Thoroughbreds: Film Review

I had to check out Thoroughbreds because I think Olivia Cooke and Anya Taylor-Joy are two of the most promising actresses coming up in Hollywood, and this movie only solidified that for me.

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