As someone who loves one location films, I was very excited to have the opportunity to watch Louis Chan’s short film Stationary, which is filmed almost entirely in a parked car.
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Perpetual loneliness is often explored in storytelling, and we’re no stranger to post-apocalyptic films like I Am Legend, 28 Days Later and How I Live Now.
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The Body is the latest short film by Australian filmmaker Adam Weber. I’ve reviewed one of his films previously, taking a look at The First Date two years ago.
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Rating: ★★★ 1/2
Whilst comic book films aren’t necessarily my area of expertise, I have been known to enjoy a few of them over the years.
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Mark AC Brown‘s debut feature Guardians brings together two very different men who are required to work alongside each other as caretakers (or ‘guardians’).
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Rating: ★★★ 1/2
I wasn’t aware of Richard Jewell’s story until I saw a trailer for Clint Eastwood’s film. But the fact it was based on reality made it even more compelling.
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Louisa May Alcott’s Little Women has been adapted for the screen many times before, with the earliest screen version dating all the way back to a silent film in 1917. It’s a tale that everyone is aware of, even if they haven’t experienced it for themselves.
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Since I’ve lived my whole life in the UK, I hope you can forgive my ignorance about Mister Rogers’ career. Whilst I knew who he was, I definitely didn’t have the same emotional connection to him as my friends overseas.
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