Ocean Film Festival UK Tour: A Rousing Return The Seductive Sea

Now on its sixth year, the Ocean Film Festival returns to Britain at a time when we need our socio-political

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Quentin Tarantino: A Ranking and Retrospective "I think this just might be my masterpiece."

The long history of cinema has given us directors we imbue with a sense of reverence, whose names we utter

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Yesterday Second Opinion: A Star Is Born, But Happier A world without the Beatles is a worse place indeed.

For 12 seconds, the world lost power and beaten down musician Jack Malik (Himesh Patel) lost his two front teeth.

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‘The Kindergarten Teacher’ | Netflix Film Review From finger-painting to Shakespeare

The Kindergarten Teacher, written and directed by Sara Colangelo, is based upon an Israeli film of the same name, written

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Eighth Grade | Film Review Smells like Teen Spirit

In Eighth Grade, Bo Burnham and Elsie Fisher thrust us into the head and world of an eighth-grade girl, with all

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‘American Animals’ | Film Review Survival of the least fit

Writer-director Bart Layton’s American Animals is a funny, suspenseful heist film wrapped around a true crime documentary. And it’s just

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Tyler Perry’s ‘Acrimony’ | Film Review Hell hath no fury

Tyler Perry’s Acrimony is the first film by the prolific writer-director that I actually really wanted to see in theatres. To quote

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Games Which Should Really Be Made Into Films A small list of big ideas for video game adaptations

With the recent release and success of Rampage and the new Tomb Raider reboot film, we can’t help but notice

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Be My Cat: A Film for Anne Review Out of the bag

I heard about this film first a couple of years ago, as it had been appearing at many, many festivals

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I Feel Pretty Review I feel like this is pretty good?

I’m rather intensely torn by I Feel Pretty and did more than my share of convicted thinking before sitting down to

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Ranked | Top 10 Contemporary Found-Footage Films

Top 10 Contemporary Found-Footage Films According to Wikipedia, “Found footage is a fictional film subgenre in which all or a

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Star Wars Canon Timeline

I don’t know if you’ve noticed, but people really like Star Wars. Thing is, though, that Disney is currently purchasing

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