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Non-Conventional Villainesses
Non-Conventional Villainesses
Non-Conventional Villainesses

Non-Conventional Villainesses Black is back. After the surprising success of Disney’s dark foray into Sleeping Beauty’s infamous villain Maleficent this spring, it appears that wickedness is what audiences hunger for. What with...

 
 
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Bad Neighbours Review
Bad Neighbours Review
Bad Neighbours Review
 

Bad Neighbours – Review

 
 
 
 
 
 
May 28, 2014
 



Bad Neighbours Review: Directed by Nicholas Stoller, the comedy mind behind the likes of Get Him to the Greek and Forgetting Sarah Marshall, whilst penned by Andrew J. Cohen, and Brendan O’Brien of The 40-Year-Old Virgin ...

 
 
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5 Unreliable Narrators in Film
5 Unreliable Narrators in Film
5 Unreliable Narrators in Film

5 Unreliable Narrators in Film Upon settling in to watch a film, viewers implicitly and almost immediately put their trust in what they are watching; the events and characters unfolding before them. So when a film suddenly, and...

 
 
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Only Lovers Left Alive - Joint Review
Only Lovers Left Alive - Joint Review
Only Lovers Left Alive - Joint Review

Only Lovers Left Alive – Joint Review Becca’s Perspective: If I were to ask, “Hey, have you seen that new vampire film?” the probability of you rolling your eyes and staking yourself in order to end the conversation...

 
 
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The LEGO Movie - Joint Review
The LEGO Movie - Joint Review
The LEGO Movie - Joint Review

The LEGO Movie – Joint Review Becca’s Perspective: Everything is awesome. No, really! Despite it being the sugar-fuelled half-term release, The Lego Movie is genuinely awe-inspiring, an incredible feat of stop-motio...

 
 
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I, Frankenstein Review
I, Frankenstein Review
I, Frankenstein Review
 

I, Frankenstein – Review

 
 
 
 
 
 
February 4, 2014
 



I, Frankenstein Review: Where to even start with this film. Akin to Frankenstein’s monster, this film is a grotesque mishmash of elements that really don’t fit well together.  As with last year’s Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunter...