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  • 2023 Glasgow Film Festival Review – A Man (2022)

    2023 Glasgow Film Festival Review – A Man (2022)

    Never judge a book by its cover” is a saying we can easily apply to people. In Kei Ishikawa’s slow-burning, complex drama, A Man, not everything is as it seems. When people meet for the first time, whether it’s for love or friendship, we always have a level of trust and try not to judge…

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  • Film Review: Cocaine Bear (2023)

    Film Review: Cocaine Bear (2023)

    As you venture into the woods, prepare to be surprised by Elizabeth Banks‘ horror comedy Cocaine Bear. This is not your typical Teddy Bear’s picnic, but a rampage of nature seeking revenge on humanity. The film is an anarchic, grizzly feature that offers escapism, albeit a highly absurd one. Banks takes a risk with this…

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  • Listen To The Chronicle Episode 1, Chronicles In Film Podcast!

    Listen To The Chronicle Episode 1, Chronicles In Film Podcast!

    2023 I promised be the year I get many things I’ve been saying I would do, started. Today I’m delighted to announce The Chronicle, the official podcast of Chronicles In Film has officially launched. Anyone who follows The Peoples Movies knows I have been trying to start a podcast for a very long time. I…

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  • Film Review – Knock At The Cabin (2023)

    Film Review – Knock At The Cabin (2023)

    Amazing to think M.Night Shyamalan was once labelled by some film critics as the new ‘Steven Spielberg’ all thanks to his tight direction with his breakthrough chiller The Sixth Sense. Then came Marky Mark and the funky bunch aka Mark Wahlberg apologising to rubber plants on behalf of humanity in the apocalyptic disaster The Happening.…

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  • Film Review – Plane (2023)

    Film Review – Plane (2023)

    After the man who scored the greatest goal in World Cup history (Archie Gemmell), Paisley’s finsest Gerard Butler returns doing what he does best…saving people. ‘The Crash was only the beginning’, fasten your seatbelts, Plane takes to the cinematic skies and get ready to brace for impact. Directed by French director Jean–François Richet he’ll be…

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  • Film Review – Alice, Darling (2022)

    Film Review – Alice, Darling (2022)

    Abuse comes in many shapes and forms, in Mary Nighy’s psychological drama thriller Alice, Darling. Anna Kendrick stars as a woman trapped in an abusive gaslight relationship on a brink of a break down. They say you should step out of your safety zone every so often and challenge yourself with something a little different.…

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  • Film Review – M3GAN (2023)

    Film Review – M3GAN (2023)

    Over the years we’ve been reading books and magazines, watching films have all warned us Artificial Intelligence is getting smarter. The Terminator films warned it would be a matter of time before the robots take over. In Prometheus, Michael Fassbender’s David warned ‘Big things have small beginnings’. One of those small beginnings, you could say…

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  • Films Set In Tokyo, Japan

    Films Set In Tokyo, Japan

    Tokyo Japan is a wonderful city and last month I visited the place for 7 nights. I ticked it off my bucket list, a holiday that’ll never forget. For this feature, I’ve decided to look at 10 films set in the fantastic city or has pivotal scenes in Japan’s capital. The choices some may not…

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