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Attack The Block - review

A gang of lads turn from thugs to defenders of their neighbour when an alien invasion happens in south London.

Joe Cornish picking up from where Edgar Wright left off, action, comedy and a distinctly British feel. 142 more words

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Flick Reviews: 'Attack the Block' (2011)

Attack the Block is a 2011 sci-fi action comedy from the UK directed by Joe Cornish. The film is basically about a teen gang in South London who defend their block from an alien invasion. 505 more words

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Attack The Block (2011)

When aliens invade a council estate in South London, a gang of local teenagers band together to defend their tower block.

The idea behind this film has a lot of comic potential and the fact that Attack The Block was written and directed by Joe Cornish from cult TV skit show The Adam & Joe show meant I was looking forward to it immensely. 147 more words

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Pitch Review

So I was speaking to Mark about my pitch because I didn’t know if I was on the right track, he read through my pitch so far whilst listening to the song and told me that I was on the right track but maybe think about having where I was going to end the video to maybe have that as the middle and to continue the journey from the paper, to have it turn into a paper aeroplane or something along those lines. 340 more words

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