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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.

Fly Girls is a potential mini-series about an important piece of WWII history, the largely forgotten women pilots. Some people might find it hard

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People like to tout the virtues of 'unique' and 'misunderstood' independent cinema, but sometimes a film is independent simply because it wasn't good enough to obtain

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Victor Frankenstein

It's been at least two years now since I first saw Daniel Radcliffe on The Graham Norton Show, sporting the unattractive hair extensions that would define

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The Lady in the Van

It's difficult to know where to start when describing Alan Bennett to people who haven't grown up in the UK. Imagine, if you will,

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Andrea Arnold

There aren't many people who can claim that the woman they watched larking about on children’s morning television when they were a toddler also became

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Aferim

There are two thoughts that go through your head when you hear about a Romanian film which won the Silver Bear for its director Radu June (at

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I'm a big fan of a well-made sports biopic. Not being very athletic myself but fascinated with the world of sports science and laws of

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Boom Boom Girls of Wrestling

You would be right in thinking with a title like this The Boom Boom Girls Of Wrestling would be a lot of fun even

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I love Joe Wright and while I was not overly interested in yet another version of the Peter Pan story, I was excited to

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Bill

Bill is the first feature film from the comedy team behind Horrible Histories, a TV show which I have just this year become a huge fan of. For those of

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