The Big Sick (2017)

Having Judd Apatow’s name appear next to a comedy, the likelihood is that it’s going to be quite good. His name features against some of the better comedies in recent memory, including Anchorman, Superbad and Step Brothers to name a few. Some of these films are a hive for intriguing, but genuine characters. The Big... Continue Reading →

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Equals (2016)

Sometimes films get a run they don't deserve and fell prey to scathing reviews. Equals would be one such example as it had a run on the festival circuit but after some less-than-impressed reviews it did not get the run it should've had. Thanks to the magic of Twitter Drake Doremus' feature had a quiet corner making... Continue Reading →

Once Upon a Time in the Midlands (2002)

Nothing of interest happens in the midlands, but Shane Meadows somehow found a way to tell a rather enjoyable story of love, robberies and a cowboy. Much like Trainspotting this film is very much a working class story, but set in Nottingham. Jimmy (Robert Carlyle) wakes up in Glasgow, living in squalor, to see his... Continue Reading →

Perks of Being A Wallflower (2012)

Now what is expected in a coming-of-age drama about high school, is a social outcast finding their feet in their high school time, relationships and dramas. The Perks of Being A Wallflower is no different as it stars Charlie finding his feet in high school. Charlie (Logan Lerman) is writing to a unknown person detailing... Continue Reading →

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