The adaptation of Gone Girl was one of my most anticipated films of 2014 after having read the book a couple of months before its release. The novel is an intense mystery thriller hard to put down; every twist poses a new question, and with a somewhat psychotic conclusion the book is one that has your brain ticking at full pace until you reach the very end. It was this intense and never-ending suspense, as well as the idea of…
Completely depressing but beautiful in every way, Blue Valentine is romantic but so anti-romantic at the same time.
Ryan Gosling and Michelle Williams are absolutely brilliant. Their raw emotion is deeply powerful and their chemistry is outstanding.
The film's structure, constantly going backwards and forth, works incredibly well, allowing us to engage with both characters, showing both of their likeable and unlikeable characteristics alongside each other, and the cinematography is beautiful.
Whilst this film tears me up inside every time, I absolutely love it.
Another entertaining instalment in the Bond franchise. I find Timothy Dalton so engaging, unlike some of the other films which I admittedly lose interest in more often than not.
A very different feel to this film as it takes a unique path in regards to the story, but definitely one of the more standout instalments.
I didn't realise that Skinner in Hot Fuzz was Timothy Dalton and therefore James Bond as it's my first time watching these films. You learn something new every day.
Maybe because I've seen enjoyed him in a comedy role before, I was quite entertained by his performance as Bond. He makes an excellent debut and fits into the role well.
I had a disclaimer at the top of this review but everybody went off telling me how wrong I was anyway, so scrap that, you'll just have to remember that this is merely one person's opinion and that we're all entitled to one.
First of all, I like Kubrick's films, love some of them in fact, but I can't even pretend to like this one. Of course I understand the influence this film had on the industry in its time,…
I was told beforehand that this was a love it or hate it film and that there was no in between, and it's easy to see why that is. Personally, I don't agree with any of the negative reviews, so it turns out that I'm one of the few that love it.
Firstly, I don't understand why many of the reviews I have read go on about the huge emphasis on rape for. This is what put me off at…