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Film Tag Archive

Review: Once Upon a Time In Hollywood

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Film Editor Lucy Lillystone reviews Tarantino's latest film Once Upon a Time In Hollywood...

Five years on: the legacy of Robin Williams

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Robin Williams taught us why comedy is so important: it exists because of tragedy, and the greatest actors are able to show the relationship between the two within a single...

Do trailers have to tell the truth?

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The acoustic version of a popular pop song. The swelling music. The sudden silence, filled by an epic closing line. Although most trailers can be pretty formulaic, their...

Review: The Art of Racing in the Rain

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Film Editor Lucy Lillystone reviews the latest sad dog movie, The Art of Racing in the Rain...

The Dead Don’t Die: why has this horror-comedy missed the mark?

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The notion of a Jim Jarmusch horror-comedy is one that you’d never think of. But if like me you were fascinated by the idea, The Dead Don’t Die quickly became one of the...

Toy Story 4: the end of an era?

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Great films leave lasting memories that you can revisit time and time again. The first film I ever remember seeing at the cinema was the first Toy Story back in 1995. ...

Monsters University: a microcosm of student life?

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I can’t be the only one who thought that school settings in TV and film never seemed realistic, right? As I watched portrayals of school throughout my childhood, I noticed the...

And the award for best representation goes to…

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The Oscars took place last week and while there were some big winners from Green Book winning the Best Movie award to Alfonso Cuarón winning Best director, no one can debate that...

TV killed the movie star

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Jennifer Cooke explains why film stars are flocking to TV...

A Finer Flavour of the Film World?

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Chris Wilkinson discusses whether Horror should be considered as serious art, and whether it's been given a bad representation in recent film-making ...