A Simple Favour: Film Review

I love Anna Kendrick, Blake Lively and director Paul Feig so A Simple Favour sounded like such a winning combination to me – so it’s a shame it doesn’t quite hit the mark. To be honest, I still don’t know what to make of it.

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Top Films for September

Been a bit behind with my September cinema preview – but here we are! Better late than never! Here are my recommendations for films hitting UK cinemas this September.

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Met Gala 2018: Best & Worst Dressed

In case you have been living under a rock for the past 12 hours, you will know that the Met Gala took place in New York last night. It is the biggest and most star-studded red carpet event, which means a fashion analysis must be done.

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Met Gala 2017: Best & Worst Dressed

In case you have been hiding under a rock, it was fashion’s BIG event last night – the Met Gala. Unlike the Oscars etc, where the red carpet looks are just a bonus, the Met Gala is ALL about the red carpet fashion. Here are were my favourites:

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People’s Choice Awards: Best & Worst Dressed

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Another night, another red carpet! Last night in LA it was the People’s Choice Awards. The event isn’t as formal or prestigious as the Oscars or the Golden Globes, which means we get bolder fashion choices to pour over.

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Cafe Society: Film Review

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I am not what you would call a Woody Allen fan – I like some of his movies but I probably dislike a great deal more – and I wasn’t won over by his most recent efforts Irrational Man or Magic in the Moonlight. I haven’t truly liked one since Midnight in Paris in 2011. But Café Society is one of his strongest movies in recent times and while it’s not completely flawless, I was pleasantly surprised by it.

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The Shallows: Film Review

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I love me a shark attack movie, regardless of how cheesy it is, so the standard of The Shallows didn’t have to be that high for me to love it – but it’s actually great and way better than I expected it to be.

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Top Films for August

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August is here which means more movies for your cinema-going selves! There are plenty to choose from this month but I’ve whittled it down to the ones I’m most excited about.

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The Age of Adaline: Film Review

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The Age of Adaline is very sentimental fantasy romance but as someone who is a sucker for love stories, I really liked it. I don’t rate Blake Lively as an actress but she still managed to make me cry so she can’t have been that bad! Lively stars as Adaline, who stops aging in her late 20s after a freak car accident and she has to change her identity and location every decade to stop people realising her condition, except her daughter (later played by Ellen Burstyn). That is until she meets  Ellis (Michael Huisman) and they begin to fall in love, but that is thrown into chaos when his father (Harrison Ford) is somebody from her past.

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Top Films for May

 

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It’s a new month, which means a whole new set of films to be excited about. Here’s what I’m looking forward to watching:

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