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Film review: The Shock (1923)

Director: Lambert Hillyer. Writer: Charles Kenyon , based on a story by William Dudley Pelley. Starring: Lon Chaney, Virginia Valli, Jack Mower, William Welsh, Christine Mayo, Henry A. 590 more words


An Artist Work is Never Done

I do apologise to my readers, for it has been too long. A lot has been going on in my life, both good and bad, and I just trying to place my feet back on the ground and return to my routine of writing to you guys. 493 more words


#52 - Taxi Driver

            I’ve always been a fan of Martin Scorsese, so I knew going into Taxi Driver that I would most likely enjoy this film. This movie follows discharged U.S. 322 more words

American Hustle (2013)

“Glamorous With a Top-Class Cast” 10/10

I had high hopes for this film having seen the line-up, and I wasn’t disappointed. Christian Bale, Bradley Cooper, Amy Adams, Jennifer Lawrence and Jeremy Renner pull together to create a story that is fast paced, smooth and witty. 205 more words


Sideways (2004) Film Review by Gareth Rhodes

Sideways (2004) Directed by Alexander Payne. With Paul Giamatti, Thomas Haden Church, Virginia Madsen and Sandra Oh.

Adapted from Rex Pickett’s 2004 novel of the same name, Alexander Payne’s road movie to the Californian wine country is a two hour breath of fresh air, boasting two hilarious central performances from Paul Giamatti (Miles) and Thomas Haden Church (Jack) as two old college buddies, on a week-long wine tasting tour, ahead of Jack’s imminent wedding. 299 more words

Film Reviews

In Your Eyes (2014)

It’s always great to see a nuanced, versatile indie filmmaker move on to blockbuster stardom; Hollywood’s big hitters certainly need unique voices like Joss Whedon’s to keep the clichés and the explosions at bay. 439 more words


Film review: The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1923)

Director: Wallace Worsley. Writers: Edward T. Lowe Jr., Perley Poore Sheehan, based on the novel by Victor Hugo. Starring: Lon Chaney, Patsy Ruth Miller, Norman Kerry, Brandon Hurst, Ernest Torrence, Nigel de Brulier. 836 more words