Seberg: Venice Film Review

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Kristen Stewart is having a really great run at the moment, isn’t she? Well, I can assure this continues with Seberg, in which she is on fine form once again.

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Pics: Kristen Stewart, Anthony Mackie and Margaret Qualley promote Seberg at the Venice Film Festival

Tonight will mark the world premiere of Benedict Andrews‘ Seberg – a biographical drama about actress Jean Seberg – at the Venice Film Festival.

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The Hate U Give: Film Review

From Eric Garner, Tamir Rice to Philando Castile, there have been so many headlines over the past few years about black men getting killed by white police officers and then them not being charged for it. The Hate U Give is the first studio-backed young adult movie to address this directly, and it is just as powerful and important as Angie Thomas‘ novel of the same name.

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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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I couldn’t access Captain America: Civil premiere cos of silly wristbands

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I previously attended both the Avengers and Avengers: Age of Ultron premieres at London’s Westfield shopping centre and I had no problem entering the fans pens even though I arrived after work between 3-4pm the day of. I had hoped this would be the same for Captain America: Civil War premiere – but I was wrong, you had to have wristbands, and this is so disappointing.

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Anthony Mackie & Paul Bettany own the Captain America: Civil War press conference

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Today I attended the London press conference for Captain America: Civil War featuring such a large panel that they couldn’t use the usual table and microphone set up and have to stagger them over two levels with lounge chairs! We have (deep breath), from left to right, above: Producer Kevin Feige, Elizabeth Olsen, Daniel Bruhl, Sebastian Stan (hidden), Anthony Mackie, Paul Rudd, Chris Evans, Jeremy Renner, Robert Downey, Jr., Anthony Russo, Paul Bettany, Joe Russo and Emily VanCamp.

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Captain America: Civil War – Film Review

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I watched Captain America: Civil War a couple of days ago and I have been putting off writing my review because I was so overwhelmed by the amount of characters and stories in one movie, yet the Russo brothers somehow managed to juggle it all perfectly and make an incredible superhero film.

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Our Brand is Crisis: Film Review

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Our Brand is Crisis was released in October in the U.S. to the lowest box office takings of Sandra Bullock’s career and a complete mauling from the critics so I did not expect much from this political comedy-drama. It is honestly not as bad as everyone is making out. Sure, it has a lot of problems but I still found it entertaining and interesting.

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Shelter: Film Review

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I knew going into Shelter that it wasn’t going to be a barrel of laughs, but I still wanted to check it out to see if Paul Bettany makes a solid directorial debut and if working with his wife Jennifer Connelly was a good idea.

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The Night Before: Film Review

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I love Seth Rogen and Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Christmas films, but I wasn’t entirely convinced by this because I felt the trailer had spoiled every bit of hilarity, but there was no need to worry because this is so funny and just brilliant.

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