Peaky Blinders was disappointing as a standalone season

I am a huge fan of Peaky Blinders so I was excited when it returned for its fifth season a few weeks ago. However, I feel a bit deflated about the whole season now it’s over.

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The Party: LFF Film Review 

Sally Potter seems to have taken the saying ‘leave them wanting more’ to heart when making The Party, which is only 71 minutes. I love a running time like that as I hate films which outstay their welcome, but it really felt too short – I was genuinely left wanting more!

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My Christopher Nolan top five

Christopher Nolan‘s latest effort Dunkirk comes out on Friday and while I’m in the minority of people who didn’t love it (read my review here), it certainly makes my top five.

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Dunkirk: Film Review

I am such a fan of Christopher Nolan films so I always hype them up so much. This was my downfall with Interstellar and now it is again with Dunkirk. I had raised my expectations so high that it would be impossible for the film to reach them so I felt a bit let down because the film was very, very good but not the spectacular triumph I wanted it to be.

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Top Films for July

Guys, can you believe it’s July already?! I don’t know how we have got here so quickly but at least it means we are getting closer to some awesome releases.

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Free Fire: Film Review

Free Fire, one of my favourite films at the 60th London Film Festival, is an absolute gem. I didn’t stop laughing, smiling and thinking “this is awesome” throughout the entire movie.

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Top Films for March 2017

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It’s the start of the month which means it must be movie preview time! I’ve got you covered from superhero movies, Disney live-action reboots to some awesome independent release. Check out my picks!

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Dunkirk looks amazing!! Trailer reaction

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Today the first full trailer for Dunkirk was released and it looks EPIC. Director Christopher Nolan is a genius in my eyes but I wasn’t completely sold on this movie, simply because I’m not a massive fan of war films, but the trailer has changed that.

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My top ten London Film Festival recommendations

I saw a bucketload of films at this year’s London Film Festival. Seeing films in this fashion is very tiring but it also helps you sort out the good from the bad, the outstanding to the mediocre very easily so here are the top ten films that stood out at LFF this year (click on the titles to read the full review):

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Armie Hammer and Jack Reynor hit the Free Fire London Film Festival red carpet

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Tonight the 60th BFI London Film Festival closed with the epic Free Fire from Ben Wheatley, which you can read all about here. Sadly, my favourite Brie Larson wasn’t there because she’s so in demand these days and away filming but the rest of the ensemble cast made up for it.

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