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  • Superman

    Superman

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    Boom! That intro music hit me like a hurricane and in an instant I was transported back to the very first time I saw this movie. The very first movie I ever saw at 'The Pictures' with my Dad.

    He was a busy guy and always doing what he could for us. At the time, we really didn't get to see very much of him what with work and one thing and another, so having him all to myself (while…

  • I, Tonya

    I, Tonya

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    It's bawdy, it's brash and I know it's not everybody's cup of tea, but man I love this movie. There is something about a fully grown redneck skimming like a graceful pit-bull across a frozen lake that gives me goosebumps.

    Oh, and Margot Robbie is brilliant.
    And Allison Janney is at her loopy-loo, psycho maniacal best too.

    "All those people who said I couldn't make it. Well fuck you! I proved everyone wrong"
    - Tonya Harding

    This is my fourth…

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  • The Young and the Damned

    The Young and the Damned

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    Luis BuΓ±uel delivered a harsh and direct 85 minutes of Mexican gorgeousness, focusing of the wee shites of Mexico City in the 50's.

    Living in the slums and getting by through all manner of crime and misdemeanor, these young people, their parents and other characters from the area had a tough time of it in the nation's capital. On release, the Mexican big-wig's were not at all happy with it and tried to have the film banned as they did not appreciate the reflection it presented of a poor city filled with crime and poverty.

  • The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp

    The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp

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    "War starts at midnight!"

    The best British film of all time? This Powell & Pressburger epic, set between 1902 and 1942 has quite the history, and reputation for delivering everything a movie should. There's war and the obligatory love angle(s), the visible impact of aging and obsolescence and an all round great feeling of friendship and camaraderie, English-style. Jolly good show old bean.

    Aside from the great story and ridiculous title, I was super impressed with the technology here.

    This movie…

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  • Pieces of a Woman

    Pieces of a Woman

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    There's a sound.

    A deep, guttural growl that Vanessa Kirby makes during the most intense moment of childbirth when I had to stop and take a breather. This was too real, and too damn hard. The memories.

    I won't elaborate on that, but the small things in this film really took me there. The helpless look in Sean's eyes while watching the agony on the face of his most special person. The desperation in Martha's voice. That one split-second moment…

  • The Young Girls of Rochefort

    The Young Girls of Rochefort

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    La La Land's older, happier Sister.

    With a catchy as heck soundtrack, stunning choreography and bubblegum colour palette, this is a truly joyous experience that brought a massive smile to my dial for its entire runtime.

    Fantastique!