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Each shot can stand alone as a work of photographic art. It is a documentary film from a third person omnicious point of view.

The sea here plays a big part of the theme. 121 more words

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REVIEW: Take the 10 (2017)

The following is a quick review of Take the 10 – Directed by Chester Tam

In Take the 10, we see a day in the life of two friends – Chester (played by Tony Revolori) and Chris (played by Josh Peck) – wherein one of them desperately wants to sell his car before traveling to Brazil, while the other wants to go to a concert. 331 more words


Film Review: La La Land

The last time I went to the pictures was to see Terminator 3, Rise of the Machines in 2003.
The time before that was a midnight performance of Terminator 2, Judgement Day having been fed up with the number of ‘children’ in the audience for an earlier showing in 1991. 479 more words



While most people might get the back to work blues at this time of year, I’m excited as a kid at Christmas as the motion picture awards season gets into full swing.  442 more words

Film Review: Manchester by the Sea

“I said a lot of terrible things to you. My heart was broken, and I know yours is broken too.”

Film awards season is well and truly upon us. 511 more words


Review: Jackie

Directed by Pablo Lerrain

Certificate 15

Starring Natalie Portman, Peter Sarsgaard, Greta Gerwig, Billy Crudup, John Hurt

Released on 20th January 2017


The assassination of President John F Kennedy on the 22nd of November 1963 in Dallas, Texas, was one of the most shocking events of the 20th century. 637 more words

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