The Highwaymen: Netflix Film Review

The premise for The Highwaymen seemed interesting, cool and refreshing; taking the famous Bonnie & Clyde story and telling it from the perspective of two retired Texas Rangers commissioned to track them down – but sadly, the film was slow and dull.

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The Stanford Prison Experiment: Film Review


Now I am a psychology nerd, I did it at A-level and it was absolutely fascinating, so obviously I was going to check out the latest film reenactment of the infamous 1971 Stanford Prison Experiment by Philip Zimbardo. I know this case well, it is one of the most memorable studies (besides Milgram), so I was keen to see it onscreen after a disappointing recreation with Adrien Brody and Forest Whitaker in 2010’s The Experiment.

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Me and Earl and the Dying Girl: Film Review


It is little surprise Me and Earl and the Dying Girl won both the Grand Jury Prize and Audience Award at the Sundance Film Festival. This is what indie film is all about. It is quirky, cute, touching and I just loved it.

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Top Films for September


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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Barely Lethal: Film Review


The trailer for Barely Lethal made me sure this would be awesome – I love spy/action movies and I love high school comedies and this combined the two. I thought this genre blend would be sweet but sadly it just doesn’t do either genre justice and fails badly on both fronts.

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