Film

My Oscars Predictions

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The Oscars: as unpredictable as a five-year-old child. More often than we’d like, these awards end up being a shocker, naming Best Picture of the year a film that no one remembers as being “that great” five years later. Continue reading

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Surprises from the BAFTAs

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The BAFTAs took place last night and pretty much every award went to the person we expected. La La Land won a bunch of them (including a deserving one for Emma Stone), and while plenty of films also took home some BAFTAs, others were, well, a bit disappointed. Continue reading

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Film Review: Jackie

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How hard can it be for a thespian to portray a real-life character? And not just that, but someone who was well-known and whose life was followed by the media step by step. Continue reading

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Film Review: Lion

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Few movies in my life I have branded as pieces of art. Normally it has to do with films that make me cry -okay, I cry with most films, but Lion certainly deserves a special place. Continue reading

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Assassin’s Creed Featurette: Secret Societies

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I will be honest here: I don’t care for videogames, and I care even less for videogames turned into movies. Continue reading

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Film Review: Rogue One

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I love war films. To the core. I love them so much that I made them my main topic on my final project at university. Which is why it doesn’t come as a surprise that I LOVED Rogue One. Continue reading

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Film Review: Nocturnal Animals

 

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Few films have me gasping at every turn, and even fewer make me question life and the thin line between reality and fiction itself, which is exactly what Tom Ford’s new cinematic venture did to me. Continue reading

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MCM London Comic Con October 2016: A Summary

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Another year, another edition of my love-hate relationship with MCM Comic Con. Continue reading

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Film Review: Deepwater Horizon

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Something I always fear about movies based on real events is that they some times get too cheesy, if you know what I mean. They over-elaborate the plot to make it more of a tearjerker, which some times works and others doesn’t. Continue reading

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Film Review: Ghostbusters

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As much as I try, I can’t seem to remember a movie from when I was little in which all the main characters were female and they were the heroes instead of damsels in distress (and the Spice World movie doesn’t count). Continue reading

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