1917: Film Review

1917 won Best Drama and Best Director for Sam Mendes at the Golden Globes on Sunday and there’s a reason for that. I honestly didn’t think it was going to win over the likes of The Irishman but I was pleasantly surprised and I hope this love continues throughout awards season.

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My Pics: Andrew Scott, Mark Strong and Sam Mendes at 1917 press conference

I went down to the Imperial War Museum today to attend the press conference for Sam Mendes’ new war movie 1917. Here are some of my pics and video from the event:

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Blinded by the Light: Film Review

Writer/director Gurinder Chadha is known for movies like Bend It like Beckham and Angus, Thongs and Perfect Snogging – and now she brings us another lovely movie, Blinded by the Light.

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The Commuter: Film Review

Liam Neeson has become synonymous with kickass action films since the success of Taken, and The Commuter is exactly what you would expect from Neeson and director Jaume Collet-Serra, who previously teamed up on Non-Stop and Unknown.

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Breathe: Film Review

I wasn’t sold on Andy Serkis‘ directorial debut Breathe straight away, I must admit, because it just looked the same as a lot of recent ‘couples against adversity’ movies like The Theory of Everything and last year’s London Film Festival opener A United Kingdom. And while there are a lot of similarities, the performances and tone really won me over.

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Breathe: LFF Film Review 

I wasn’t sold on Andy Serkis‘ directorial debut Breathe straight away, I must admit, because it just looked the same as a lot of recent ‘couples against adversity’ movies like The Theory of Everything and last year’s London Film Festival opener A United Kingdom. And while there are a lot of similarities, the performances and tone really won me over.

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