IT: CHAPTER TWO

I’ve finally been able to catch a few films in the cinema recently, and the first of those was a solo trip to see It: Chapter Two. The second instalment of the 2017 remake is again directed by Andy Muschietti, with a screenplay by Gary Dauberman and a new cast as the adult iterations of […]

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MONEYBALL

I’m having a bit of a thing for Brad Pitt at the moment, so this week’s film I should have seen is 2011’s baseball drama Moneyball. Based on the book by Michael Lewis titled Moneyball: The Art of Winning an Unfair Game , it’s the true story of the Oakland Athletics baseball team and their […]

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MIDNIGHT COWBOY

This week’s entry for ‘films I should have seen’ is the great American drama Midnight Cowboy. The 1969 film starring Dustin Hoffman and Jon Voight directed by John Schlesinger with a screenplay by Waldo Salt is about a young male prostitute from Texas named Joe, who tries to make it in New York City, along […]

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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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