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The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby

I will try to fight myself and not see this when it comes out because I know it’s originally two separate films presenting each side of the love story called Him and… 34 more words

Art

Where can I get a Scottish terrier?

The Commonwealth Games have arrived! And I’m excited, even if they’re not quite as shiny and glamorous as the Olympics. Next week I’m going to be in Glasgow watching the Games (in the rain, if the weather forecast is to be believed) so I was keen to check out the opening ceremony on Wednesday and see what Scotland has in store for us. 795 more words

Happy Things

Filth (2013) Review

There are two key reasons that Filth is a film worth paying attention to; it’s based on a book by Trainspotting author Irvine Welsh and it features a performance from James McAvoy far removed from roles we would associate with the actor. 403 more words

Review

Cigarette Burns: Atonement

I’m reigniting the “Cigarette Burns” series if only for this post on Joe Wright’s Atonement. It may see a more consistent return here and over at  2,451 more words

Filth: James McAvoy and the Truthful Title

There hasn’t been a more self-explanatory title since Snakes on a Plane. Filth is a nasty little film that is based on a wonderfully nasty Irvine Welsh book. 424 more words

DVD Round Up

Trailer Fever: Kicking in!

Kicking in another batch of trailers ayma start with a very cute but heartwarming punch!

1) Cutie and the Boxer

I find this endearing. I know it’s like documentary but I find it quirky, cute and refreshing. 769 more words

Film

Comic book = tragedy + time?

There’s a scene roughly halfway into X-Men: Days of Future Past that is a great example of CGI used to do a setpiece scene that is witty, exhilarating and tells us something about the character involved. 1,152 more words

Movies