Film Review: i’m thinking of ending things (2020)

i’m thinking of ending things (2020) is a psychological thriller, based on the book of the same title by Iain Reid. Directed and written by Charlie Kaufman, this film stars Jessie Buckley, Jesse Plemons, Toni Collette, and David Thewlis. A young couple take a road trip during a stormy winter night to visit relatives at a […]

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The Ultimate Choice #16: Christopher Nolan Films

When deciding on this month’s edition of The Ultimate Choice, it was a no brainer. My first ever edition of The Ultimate Choice was one of Tarantino’s filmography. and I wanted to get back to focusing on specific filmmakers and directors. Therefore, I thought it would only be fitting with the release of Tenet to […]

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Academy Awards 2021: First Predictions (September 2020)

In this weird world in which the awards season is only starting now with the first few film festivals underway, there has not been much to base any true Oscar predictions on. However, I am ready now to make my first predictions for what will win when the Academy Awards are held in April. Whilst […]

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London Film Festival 2020

This year, due to the online access available, I will be covering the BFI London Film Festival. I plan to cover a wide variety of films during the festival, and will post the list once I can confirm the timetable for online access. Outside of reviewing several films that I had access to for the […]

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Film Review: Babyteeth (2020)

Disclaimer: This review is only possible because I went to the cinema to see the film. I am in a position where my country has a low rate of transmission of COVID-19 and I, alongside my household, are not in the high-risk category. I made a personal choice to attend the cinema, and I am […]

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Film Review: The New Mutants (2020)

Disclaimer: This review is only possible because I went to the cinema to see the film. I am in a position where my country has a low rate of transmission of COVID-19 and I, alongside my household, are not in the high-risk category. I made a personal choice to attend the cinema, and I am […]

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Film Review: Misbehaviour (2020)

Misbehaviour (2020) is a British comedy-drama that released in the UK right before the closures of cinemas. Directed by Philippa Lowthorpe, this film stars Keira Knightley, Gugu Mbatha-Raw and Jessie Buckley. Based on the real events of the Miss World 1970 competition in London, the first Miss Grenada in Jennifer Hosten (Mbatha-Raw) takes part in […]

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Film Review: Unhinged (2020)

Disclaimer: This review is only possible because I went to the cinema to see the film. I am in a position where my country has a low rate of transmission of COVID-19 and I, alongside my household, are not in the high-risk category. I made a personal choice to attend the cinema, and I am […]

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Film Review: Tenet (2020)

Disclaimer: This review is only possible because I went to the cinema to see the film. I am in a position where my country has a low rate of transmission of COVID-19 and I, alongside my household, are not in the high-risk category. I made a personal choice to attend the cinema, and I am […]

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Film Review: Eurovision Song Content: The Story of Fire Saga (2020)

Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga (2020) is a Netflix musical comedy set around the competition known as Eurovision. Directed by David Dobkin, this film stars Will Ferrell, Rachel McAdams and Dan Stevens. When an incident occurs, Lars (Ferrell) and Sigrid (McAdams) find themselves in the position of being the Swedish representative for […]

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Hi, I am a 22 year old student who loves film. This blog is where I review films and talk about anything going on in Hollywood.

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