High Life: Film Review

Robert Pattinson has made a lot of interesting film decisions since The Twilight Saga but High Life has probably got to be the weirdest so far. So be warned: if you’re going in thinking this is going to be a simple ‘Robert Pattinson in space’ sci-fi you would be mistaken!

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Good Time: Film Review

Robert Pattinson has been making a lot of interesting career choices post-Twilight and Good Time is another project which proves there is more to him and that he’s actually a very good actor.

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My top ten films from the BFI London Film Festival (LFF)

The London Film Festival is over for another year! I posted a lot of reviews from LFF over the past two weeks and it’s understandable if you missed some, so I’ve created a handy index with links to all my reviews, starting with my top 10!

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Good Time: LFF Film Review

Robert Pattinson has been making a lot of interesting career choices post-Twilight and Good Time is another project which proves there is more to him and that he’s actually a very good actor.

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London Film Festival 2017: Ten films I really want to see

There are so many films on the 2017 London Film Festival programme that I’m keen to see and I know I will never see them all.

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The Lost City of Z: Film Review

The Lost City of Z is one of those films that are annoying to review because my feelings about it are complicated and conflicting. It is a fascinating story and I liked it, but I would have enjoyed it way more had it been given a substantial trim because it is too long and slow.

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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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Stephenie Meyer’s oh-so-silly Twilight cash-in

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You may have thought the Twilight phenomenon was over – Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson managed to put Bella Swan and Edward Cullen behind them after Breaking Dawn: Part II finished in 2012 and set their sights onto proving their “serious” acting chops. So I thought the craze was done – but no, author Stephanie Meyer has revived it by releasing a new version of the original book.

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Life: Film Review

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James Dean is such a captivating character so it is no surprise he is being played in a film again, this time by Dane DeHaan. Luckily, this is not a straight-up biopic, but simply a moment in his life around the time he poses for his iconic Times Square photograph, in the rain with a cigarette. This is a pretty interesting idea, but not one which could sustain my enthusiasm throughout the entire film.

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Top Films for September

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How is it September already?! Winter is swiftly approaching (did we even have a summer?!) which means some of the best of 2015 movies are on the approach, starting with September, which has a few treats in store. Check out my preview highlights:

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