EX MACHINA

Welcome back to another edition of films I should have seen, in another week where I promise you I had watched and half written about this film in preparation to publish on Sunday as planned, but then life got in the way and here we are on Tuesday. Oh well. Here’s my thoughts on this […]

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ONCE UPON A TIME IN HOLLYWOOD

One of the most notable film releases of the year came last month, with director extraordinaire Quentin Tarantino’s latest film Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood being released in cinemas worldwide. The ninth film by Tarantino (if you count the Kill Bill’s as one film, as he does) chronicles the life and times of a […]

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ERIN BROCKOVICH

Welcome back to another edition of films I should have seen, and this week I’m jumping back on my best actress catchup with Erin Brockovich. The 2000 film that won Julia Roberts her best actress Academy Award is directed by Steven Soderbergh and written by Susannah Grant; based on the true story of a single mother who, without […]

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MICHAEL’S FAVOURITE FILMS

Welcome back to another edition of my favourite fivethreeninety series to date. This is the final edition in this series for the time being – think of it like a season finale in a television show: there’s more to come, but you’re going to have to wait for it a little bit. To send us […]

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AMERICAN PIE

Tonight on films I should have seen, I’m watching a film I always thought was wildly out of my interests: American Pie. The 1999 classic teenage comedy directed by Paul Weitz (and an uncredited Chris Weitz) is about four high school seniors, and the pact they make to lose their virginity at prom. I knew […]

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NETTA’S FAVOURITE FILM

We have a very special guest blogger with us this week: it’s fivethreeninety’s biggest supporter and overall legend, my mum, Netta. Growing up, my mum was sure to expose me to a massive range of genres and eras of film of television. She’s officially the cool mum, who introduced me to Buffy the Vampire Slayer […]

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PARIS WHEN IT SIZZLES

This week on films I should have seen; I’m watching another unseen film starring my favourite actress, Audrey Hepburn, in her 1964 film, Paris When It Sizzles. Directed by Richard Quine with a screenplay by George Axelrod, the story is based on the 1952 French film Holiday for Henrietta by Julien Duvivier and Henri Jeanson […]

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THE DEAD DON’T DIE

Back at the start of the year, you may remember film twitter imploding with a clip of Adam Driver saying “I’m thinking zombies. You know, the undead. Ghouls.”. The clip came from the trailer for The Dead Don’t Die, a film that made its debut in this year’s Cannes Film Festival (and if you’re wondering, […]

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STRANGER THINGS 3

My favourite currently-airing show is without a moment of doubt, Stranger Things. The first season of the now infamous show created by the Duffer Brothers was released on Netflix back in the summer of 2016, with a second season following in October of 2017. And finally, after a year and a half’s wait, the new […]

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MARTIN’S FAVOURITE FILM

This week on my favourite films series, I am welcoming a very exciting guest writer – it’s our first film blogger, Martin, from Through the Silver Screen! I’ve been in the film blogger community for a few years now, and I’m pretty sure Martin was the first writer to invite me onto his blog as […]

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