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La Grande Illusion - Review

Jean Renoir’s french 1937 classic, focuses on two french prisoners of war and their attempts to escape during World War 1. Often considered Renoir’s masterpiece and sometimes even the best French film ever. 199 more words

Solaris (1972) - Review

Tarkovsky’s, greatest ever film, the sci-fi phenomenon, Solaris. The film follows a psychologist sent into space to discover what caused the crew to go insane. 172 more words

Napoleon (1927) -Review

The biopic of Napoleon Bonaparte, focuses on his youth and early military career. A four hour, french silent phenomenon that helped change cinema forever.

The huge length of this classic, will put a lot of people off this film yet when you find the time and manage to sit through it, you leave stunned and amazed by just how incredible this film is. 213 more words

The Window (1949)

Tommy Woodry (Bobby Driscoll) is a trouble-making tween with a reputation for lying. His latest prank involves his whole family: when Tommy says they’re moving from Manhattan to a Texas ranch, the landlords begin showing their apartment, expecting them to move out any day. 473 more words


A Star is Born (1937): Review

Hello again classic film lovers! I can’t believe it’s been four months since I have written a blog post! A lot of things have happened in the last four months. 708 more words


What Went Right With... 12 Angry Men?

“12 Angry Men” is one of the greatest movies ever made and in my opinion it comes close to being a perfect film. The story centres around the twelve jurors of a murder case as they deliberate over the guilt or innocence of an eighteen year old boy charged with the murder of his father. 1,544 more words


The dystopian past, present, and future

Dystopian novels aren’t usually my thing, particularly if they’re set in the future. That’s probably the main reason I didn’t enjoy The Hunger Games. (Rue, however, I love forever. 865 more words