Top Films for March

It’s the start of March, aka monthly movie preview time! Here are the releases I’m most looking forward to in March.

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The Post: Film Review

I love Steven Spielberg, Meryl Streep and Tom Hanks separately so having them all collaborating on a movie is the dream, not to mention the fact that it is a movie about journalism! This ticks the boxes for me so much.

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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 BFG: Film Review


Usually when reboots are announced I groan, but I was actually excited for The BFG because I love Roald Dahl‘s stories, had seen the cartoon-style animation years ago, but could barely remember it, and I knew it would be safe in the hands of Steven Spielberg. My initial feelings were right – this is a perfect kids film that will introduce the story to a whole new generation.

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Top Films for July


A new month is here and once again, here are the films I’m most excited about seeing – sadly, nothing on the list is an original idea and it’s mainly sequels or reboots/adaptations. There are a number of obvious choices I have missed off the list for legit reasons, such as Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie (this was popular before my time), The Legend of Tarzan (I’ve seen it and I don’t recommend), Central Intelligence (it’s alright) and The Neon Demon (I don’t think I’ll like it).

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Bridge of Spies: Film Review


I had high expectations for Bridge of Spies because it reunites the dream team of Tom Hanks and Steven Spielberg, who have made incredible movies together such as Saving Private Ryan and Catch Me If You Can. But I’m sorry to say this is the weakest of them all – it was far too long for a film where not a lot happens.

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Jurassic World: Film Review


I love Jurassic Park, it is one of my favourite films, so I approached this with fear because I didn’t want the legacy to be ruined. The trailers didn’t completely win me over so I approached the release with a mixture of excitement and trepidation, but I needn’t have worried – Jurassic World was awesome and it showed a lot of respect to Steven Spielberg’s 1993 original.

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