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  • Before Sunrise

    Before Sunrise


    Anyone who takes public transport regularly, has crossed paths or glanced at a certain person that you feel like you should go over and talk to but you just sit there and, for some reason, plan out your life with them and then realise you’ll never see them again once you come to a stop. Before Sunrise captures that feeling perfectly. It brings to life those dreams you have when you are in that limbo period of listening to your…

  • La Haine

    La Haine


    I genuinely don't even know where to start. This is most likely one of, if not, the most powerful film I think I've ever seen. It's a very relevant film for the times we are going through and I can imagine it will stay relevant for a very long time. It kicks off with a hard-hitting title sequence filled with videos and clips of rioters, violence and protestors. It can be related to any period of time but because of…

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  • Steamboat Willie

    Steamboat Willie


    There will never be a time where I won't be mindblown by how far animation has come. That's not me saying that this looks bad, it actually looks amazing but what we can do now with all the different types of technology and the different styles of art is absolutely incredible.

  • Donnie Brasco

    Donnie Brasco


    I was not expecting the cast to be so good. Al Pacino was obviously great. He had a really good spell in the 90s of being really cool every time he was on screen. Johnny Depp actually surprised me. I've always liked him as an actor but it was nice to see him play a character that was a bit more reserved.

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  • Frances Ha

    Frances Ha


    What a fun film. 

    It’s such a bundle of joy. Noah Baumbach has created some really great films. He’s very close to becoming one of my favourite filmmakers. He’s already one of my favourite writers but I feel like he’s got so much more to give. In the near future, he will most likely become one of my favourites of all time. Greta Gerwig surprised me when I first watched this. I can only describe her as an all-rounder. She can…

  • The Lighthouse

    The Lighthouse


    oh. my. god. 

    What? Just? Happened? 

    First of all, the performances were easily some of the best of 2019 and the fact that it was only nominated for one category genuinely pisses me off. 
    Willem Dafoe is a nut case and Robert Pattinson is still surprising me after every film I see him in. 

    The cinematography was amazing. I kept on getting Wes Anderson vibes in some of the shots (which isn’t a bad thing at all). The framing was perfect and the mad screenplay couldn’t have been better. 

    Go watch this now if you haven’t already!