After the Wedding: Film Review

I went into After the Wedding without knowing the plot, all I knew was that it starred my favourites Michelle Williams and Julianne Moore, and this movie blew my mind with its dramatic turns – and not necessarily in a good way.

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Venom: Film Review

My expectations for Venom were incredibly low and I really was preparing myself for the worst superhero movie ever – and while it was by no means good, I enjoyed it more than I expected to.

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I Feel Pretty: Film Review

I Feel Pretty has had quite the hammering in the press and the reviews have not been kind. Amy Schumer has even hit back saying people don’t quite understand the message. I must admit I’m somewhere in the middle – the central message is somewhat ill-advised and misguided, but there are a lot of other redeeming qualities about it.

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Wonderstruck: Film Review

I enjoyed what Todd Haynes did with Carol so I had high hopes for Wonderstruck, and I know a lot of people did love it, but it is an odd film and I found it somewhat disappointing.

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All the Money in the World: Film Review

I’m sure you’ve heard about All the Money in the World after director Ridley Scott cut out Kevin Spacey (following the allegations against him) and replaced him with Christopher Plummer just weeks before the film’s release. But is it a good film? Find out more below.

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Top Films for January

It’s not just the start of a new month this time – it’s also the start of a new year! For this special version of my monthly movie preview, I look at what’s due for release in the UK in January 2018.

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The Greatest Showman: Film Review

I love a musical and I was genuinely more excited for the release of The Greatest Showman more than I was for Star Wars (shocking but true) and I wasn’t disappointed – on the musical front, it delivers the goods and then some.

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Top Films for December

It’s the start of December which means it’s time for the next movie preview! Here is my top selection for movies coming out in the UK across December.

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Una: Film Review

Rooney Mara shows off her stellar British accent in this film adaptation of David Harrower’s play Blackbird, which has been revived on the stage many times, mostly recently with Jeff Daniels and Michelle Williams in the lead roles.

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Cannes 2017: Films to get excited about

The 2017 Cannes Film Festival kicked off yesterday, and as always I’m filled with envy that I’m not there, watching the stars hit the red carpet and seeing the premiere of all these potentially amazing films. For the next ten days, there will be plenty of screenings but there are just a handful that I’m really excited about. Here they are:

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