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I'm Alice. I'm a writer, blogger, film nerd, determined dreamer, foodie, vino inhaler and reality TV nut. I have ambitions to become a crazy dog lady in the very near future -

GOODBYE CHRISTOPHER ROBIN: An Eye-Opening Tribute Uncovers Disturbing Facts

Goodbye Christopher Robin has some redeeming value to it, but it is ultimately too painful for people who love Winnie the Pooh.

DETROIT: A Relevant Riot Revisited

Detroit to be an eye-opening, courageous piece of film whose subject manner is a timely reminder of our lack of societal change.

THE INCREDIBLE JESSICA JAMES: A Quirky Indie With Its Own Identity

The Incredible Jessica James has an infectious charm to it, bolstered by Williams' strong lead performance and a positive central message.

Honouring The Power Of Scores Following DUNKIRK

The real power of scores is the intensity of feeling, the nostalgia of remembering, and (above all) the way it cements a film's legacy.

Romantic Comedies: They Don't Make 'Em Like They Used To

Gone is the heyday of the classic 90's romantic comedy, but why is it that so many contemporary romantic comedies fail?

CHURCHILL: A Fascinating Portrayal Of A Particularly Flawed Man

With poorly constructed flaws, Churchill isn’t an overly powerful reinvention of the traditional biopic film.

AFTERIMAGE: The Final Frame For A Legendary Director

Afterimage is the swan song of legendary director Andrzej Wajda, depicting the artist Władysław Strzemiński during Stalinist-era Poland.

UNLOCKED: An Action-Packed Escapade That Falls Flat

Despite some well-directed action sequences, Unlocked is mostly fleeting entertainment, inserting nothing new into a tired-out spy genre.

Disney Remakes: The Collapse Of Creativity For The Sake Of Nostalgia

Choosing nostalgia over creativity, we explore the successes and pitfalls of Disney and their continuing trend of live-action remakes.

THE OTHER HALF: An Unconventional Love Story That Speaks Volumes

The Other Half is a balanced portrait of not only a tangible and tender romance, but of a subject so little-seen in film; mental