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  • Crazy But True Films

    Crazy But True Films

    Cocaine Bear is one of the big releases in UK cinemas this. It’s crazy to think this bonkers film Is actually based or ‘inspired’ by a true story. Below is a list of eight films whose plots are so crazy they true or inspired by a true story. BlacKKKlansman (2018) This is one ridiculous story…

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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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  • Film Review: Marcel The Shell With Shoes On (2022)

    Film Review: Marcel The Shell With Shoes On (2022)

    How could you not love this shell? Like the trailers and posters, they say everybody loves the shell…Marcel The Shell With Shoes On. The American audiences did in 2022 Universal Pictures and A24 Films bring Dean Fleischer-Camp’s feature length debut to UK cinemas. Going by the reviews it seems most of the UK critics adore…

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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 – Tar (2022)

    Film Review – Tar (2022)

    It’s no secret, we can easily be the masters of our own downfall. We can take the steps to get us to the top of the castle, one false move the walls come crumbling down. In Todd Field’s Tar, Cate Blanchett is exceptional as a music maestro whose life unravels in the face of allegations.…

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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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  • Film Review – Violent Night (2022)

    Film Review – Violent Night (2022)

    Cinephiles have been arguing for years if Die Hard is truly a Christmas film. Universal Pictures has released what might be called Die Hard in a Manger , Violent Night. This festive tale doesn’t have Bruce Willis but the big man himself Santa Claus. After endless bad Christmas films that are drowning in saccharine, Violent…

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  • Film Review – Bones And All (2022)

    Film Review – Bones And All (2022)

    Luca Guadagnino’s cannibalistic coming of age drama Bones And All, a story of young adults looking for their place in the world. Craving not just the delights of the world but eating it’s inhabitants too. Giving ‘fingering’ a whole new meaning. Taylor Russell stars in this one along side Timothee Chalamet as our star crossed…

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  • Film Review – Armageddon Time (2022)

    Film Review – Armageddon Time (2022)

    Life is so unfair in James Gray’s coming of age drama Armageddon Time. The film is set in 1980 New York. The nation is on the cusp of a socio-political change, with Ronald Regan about to step into the Oval office to become the 40th president the United States. The Soviets are at war with Afghanistan…

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  • Film Review – She Said (2022)

    Film Review – She Said (2022)

    five years after ‘sexual predator’ Harvey Weinstein road to his downfall, we get She Said. The film based on that New York Times story that charts the downfall of the movie mogul. Zoe Kazan and Carey Mulligan play the reporters Jodie Cantor and Megan Twohey. If you know the history of the movement, you know…

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