LFF in The Midlands: A Review

Since 2010 the London Film Festival (LFF) has been expanding its showings across the country to allow a wider array of film enthusiasts and general audiences to experience new voices and early access to hundreds of films, be they shorts or full-length features. This year was the first I was able to watch just a …

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End of Year Review 2021: The 10 Worst Films of the Year

Its been a good long while since I thought about sitting down and writing something and there is a good reason for that. My last piece, a tiny look at Disney's Jungle Cruise was all the way back at the end of August and since then the thought of writing about film, or more specifically …

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Micro-Review: The Courier (2021)

Benedict Cumberbatch, Rachel Brosnahan and Angus Wright in The Courier Although this Benedict Cumberbatch led period piece is impressive when you consider the true story it tells, it isn't what makes it so excellent. Telling the story of real life amateur spy Greville Wynne (Cumberbatch) and how he was recruited to ferry Russian secrets to …

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Review: Last Letter From Your Lover (2021) – Stuck on Paper

Shailene Woodley in The Last Letter From Your Lover On paper, where it first started as a novel by Jojo Moyes, The Last Letter From Your Lover seems like ideal romantic escapism. Mediterranean locales, a charming 1960s look and some stellar costume design all seem like the perfect recipe for a solid romantic drama, one …

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