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I love film, more than people probably, and I will watch pretty much anything. Seriously, anything! I have a postgraduate education in film & have spent an exceptionally long time trying to get inside the film industry. I'm a big believer in treating every film the same, and bringing something new to the film theory table, giving reasons for every argument made. You'll find that I'm an empathetic and fun sort of reviewer, at least, I like to think so. If I'm not watching films I'm doing exceptionally nerdy stuff, like watching documentaries about the history of medicine and collecting photos of old post boxes.

Film Inquiry's Best Articles Of July 2016

It would be to put it lightly that this film's reputation preceeded it. After years of people theorising about another sequel to Ghostbusters (1984),

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INDEPENDENCE DAY: RESURGENCE: Nostalgic And Underwhelming

Independence Day came out when I was 14. I was a huge X-Files fan (I did a school project on Area 51) and so thought

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Seniors On-Screen: 10 Films That Got It Right & Why We Need More

My grandmother loves films, and she'll watch pretty much anything. To give you an idea, she loved Snakes On A Plane and her favourite

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MY BRIEF ETERNITY Poetic, Profound & Visually Stunning

I first saw My Brief Eternity at the Wales International Documentary Festival, and such was its impact on me that after meeting the director

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BRIDGEND: Too Close For Comfort

Usually I will have heard about a film before it is released. It's odd when that doesn't happen. It's even odder when the film

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The Wales International Documentary Festival: A Film Critic's Diary

This year saw the very first Wales International Documentary Festival, which ran from 12th-14th May in the valleys of South Wales. Blackwood, to be

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It's very easy for the media to get overexcited about a new Meryl Streep film, and one costarring Hugh Grant and directed by Stephen

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On Belle's original release, I was intrigued by the film but felt no real urge to watch it. It almost seemed to sell itself

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PACKED IN A TRUNK: A Vibrant & Highly Enjoyable Documentary

I love a good documentary, more than that I love a good mystery. While documentaries such as The Wolfpack have great stories, it's the films

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Shawshank Redemption mise-en-scène

This is the second and last part of "What Is Mise-en-scène". Find part one (dealing with mise-en-scène of setting, costume and objects) here! Cinematography If

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