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I have been a media/film student from the age 14 to 22 and the biggest question that follows me is ‘WhATs YoUr FaVoURiTe FiLm?’ It’s a really hard question to answer. Is a favourite film a film that makes you smile the most? You can watch the most? You enjoy the most? Makes you feel the most? Little Women for me checks all those boxes and is the first solid answer I’ve ever had to that question.
For me characters…
11 Things I Love About The Film - A Cliché by Jamie Rathbone
I love the characters in this film, and the performance from Julia Stiles
I love seeing young Heath Ledger, I love it when he smiles
I love the way the way the soundtrack fits, I love the cliques that are shown
I love Joesph Gordon-Levitt, my goodness how he’s grown
I love the way theme’s are light,
But still it made me cry
I love it when…
I think there’s something hilarious that the only Penelope Cruz films I’ve seen before this are G-Force and Pirates of the Caribbean: Curse of the Expired Contracts.
Parallel Mothers follows a relationship between two single mothers who gave birth on the same day.
This being my first venture into the world of Admoldóvar, I got to say I left a little underwhelmed after nothing but high praise for the director, watching this really made me feel like I was watching…
I think this is like a more pretentious and more fucked up School Of Rock, ultimately with no music numbers so a complete waste of time.
In a weird way this film has me conflicted on so many levels. The film plays with a moral compass of the character and they audience so much in the later half of the film and really changes up the pace.
The performance from the Gyllenhaal were allowed to discuss on the internet is…
I really hope this opens the door for more Shakespearean adaptions; Greta Gerwig’s Romeo and Juliet, Tarantino’s Hamlet or Christopher Nolan’s Midsummers Night Dream.
Joel Coen presents this film in a style homaging Ingmar Bergman to heighten then heartless tale of The Scottish Play.
Performances are nothing less than stellar. Washington and McDormant both seem perfect for the role despite being a combo I’d never thought of in my wildest dream, their chemistry is phenomenal.
The visuals are tremendous and…