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  • The Shape of Water

    The Shape of Water


    Absolutely gorgeous and a classic spin on the beauty and the beast type fairytales. It has a great style and setting that allows for a romantic look to the past. 

    The makeup for the creature is fantastic and makes him both frightening and lovable once the relationship grows. All the acting is very good, with Sally Hawkins adding a lot of personality to a mute character. Octavia Spencer was great too, adding some light comedy with her whit. 

    All of…

  • The Open House

    The Open House


    I have barely anything to say about this film because it is so awful. The characters are so unlikeable and the acting ranges from okay to horrendous! It fails to be scary and is building up to absolutely nothing. 

    The sets and costumes are passible, with a conventional house setting. Even the ending of the film is unfilling, it can even be a bit confusing in the way it is shot. Not worth a watch, just plain boring!

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  • La La Land

    La La Land


    Absolutely beautiful and colourful! Such a joy to look at, with popping colours and stylish costumes. A lot of effort when into every single shot, which I fully appreciate.

    The music is phenomenal with City of stars being my new favourite song from a musical. I thought there would be more songs but the ones in the film are so catchy and upbeat. Both Emma and Ryan did great jobs with the singing and acting, each making the characters feelings…

  • Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle

    Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle


    A surprisingly good continuation of this series, with some good humour and a modern update with a twist. 

    The acting is decent, with the rock and Kevin Hart giving better performances than usual. But Karen Gillan and Jack Black supplied most of the great comedy in the film. Jack had to portray a very stereotypical popular girl, but he gives it all he has got and adds some much needed heart. However, the villian is very under used and bland.…