The Front Runner: Film Review

I heard a lot of great things about The Front Runner during the London Film Festival (where I missed it) and I must admit that while Jason Reitman has made a good film, I found myself unsatisfied and wanting more.

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Patriots Day: Film Review


Everyone would have heard about the 2013 Boston Marathon bombings from press coverage but I doubt any of us really knew what happened on the ground during that time and in the days afterwards and Patriots Day intends to change that. It’s no surprise the tragedy was made into a movie and I must admit I got quite choked up by how it all went down.

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La La Land: Film Review

La La Land

I was so excited seeing La La Land at the London Film Festival in October and I have now seen it twice. I am also contemplating going to the cinema to see it for a third time. I am so happy for its current awards season success because it deserves it so much. As you can probably tell, I love it!

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La La Land: LFF Film Review


I have not been this excited about a film since Star Wars last year and following the critical acclaim it received at the Venice Film Festival, my hype for La La Land was huge and my expectation level so high and it was exactly what I wanted and more. I LOVED, LOVED, LOVED it.

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My Top 10 Movies of 2015


Looking back over the past year, there have been some pretty damn good films. But I still had trouble picking my top ten – finding the first six was easy, but the remaining four were not as convincing. So many films I liked at the time, but over the passing months have left little impression. I finally managed to bring you my annual list, which is presented in no particular order.

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Whiplash: Film Review


Who knew a film about a student learning to become a great jazz drummer would be so amazing?! It was intense, dramatic and so, so powerful. I cannot fault this. The performances, the music and the ups and downs are just incredible, and it deserves all the nominations it has been receiving.

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Top Films for January



The top ten movies to see this month are:


Michael Keaton stars as Riggan, a washed-up actor who quit a popular action hero franchise and is now trying to prove himself as a legitimate talent by writing, directing and starring in a Broadway play. This comedy has a unique filming style so it looks like it was all shot in one take. Great support cast including Edward Norton and Emma Stone who need awards for their roles! I have already seen and you can check my review here. Released: 1st January

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