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‘Amy’ (2015) – Heartbreaking, Beautiful And True | Film Review

  Amy (2015) is the new documentary directed by Asif Kapadia (Senna), about the late British singer and songwriter Amy Winehouse. With unseen archival footage and unheard songs, Amy Winehouse tells her story in her own words. If I was asked to sum up this film in three words, without a doubt it would be, heartbreaking, beautiful and true.  […]

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‘Inside Out’ – Clever, Funny, Witty And Extremely Enjoyable | Film Review

  There is a lot of enjoyment to be had with the Disney Pixar movies, they all offer something for the audience and the company has never made a terrible movie. Some have been a lot better than others granted, but I have to say Inside Out certainly belongs with the best of them. Disney Pixar really hit the mark[…]

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‘Charlie And The Chocolate Factory’ (2005) – Strange And Annoying | Film Review

  Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, not to be confused with the 1971 movie Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory (I know, I thought it was Charlie and the Chocolate Factory too), is a fantasy movie starring Johnny Depp as Willy Wonka and is directed by who else but Tim Burton.   Everyone knows the plot of this movie so[…]

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‘Jurassic World’ – A Difference In Opinion | Film Review

  I too, have been really looking forward to Jurassic World and I have to say it lived up to the franchise’s legacy, albeit in quite an unexpected way. From the start, it is clear that the producers of Jurassic World understood that it was essentially an unattainable feat to create a film a decade later that would stand a[…]

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‘Return To Oz’ (1985) – Dark And Damn Good | Film Review

  Return to Oz is supposedly a “children’s” fantasy film and a sequel (of sorts) to the classic 1939 film The Wizard of Oz. It stars Fairuza Balk as Dorothy Gale as she attempts to restore Oz to its former glory and free it from the clutches of the Nome King (Nicol Williamson) and Mombi (Jean Marsh). It goes without[…]

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