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Love at the Movies - My Top Five Favourite Click Flicks of All Time (By a 20's Something Viewer)

Smug-married, simple singleton or a fan of romance, there’s something for everyone.

Click Flicks are a few of the film genres that I watch – since I’m frightened of horror and don’t care too much of Action (if there’s a lot of violence involved). 393 more words


"I remember that night better than I do entire years." (Before: Part. 1)

Arguably the most underrated, if not best, trilogy in cinematic history is Richard Linklater’s Before series. The trilogy consists of Sunrise (1995), Sunset (2004), and most recently Midnight (2013). 601 more words


Romantic Rain Scenes

It has been a rainy week, with the wind and rain battering my windows every night keeping me awake. And with today being Valentine’s Day, I thought I would put together some of my favourite romantic movie scenes, that also happen in the rain. 300 more words


Brooklyn: Official Movie Trailer

Another romantic movie coming soon to cinema’s across Australia this month is Brooklyn. A profoundly moving story about an Irish immigrant named Eilish Lacey (played by Saoirse Ronan) who leaves her home country of Ireland. 317 more words


fell in love at 3am

I think romance is precious. It’s this  thing between two people. And it just shouts all kinds of power and influence and beauty. It’s the fuel to the fire.

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Todd Haynes’s Carol is one of the most romantic films I’ve seen. It’s a film that understands the passion and work that goes into falling in love, including all of the messy complications along the way. 636 more words

Movie Reviews

David Fincher Series #7: The Curious Case of Benjamin Button (2009)

The Curious Case of Benjamin Button is something of an enigma in David Fincher’s back catalogue, a film which, on the surface, is wholly unlike anything in his recent work, and a truly unique piece of modern directing, a fact that finally registered enough with the panel at the illustrious Academy to nominate Fincher for Best Director. 2,126 more words