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  • 7th Heaven

    7th Heaven

    ★★★½

    7th Heaven From Frank Borzage is a film I do happen to quite like despite its obvious faults. It was one of the most popular films of its time back in 1927 and proved to be the start of the successful screen partnership of Charles Farrell and Janet Gaynor who would go on to make 11 more films together but none as enduring as this. 

    From a writing perspective it’s clear to see that 7th Heaven isn’t particularly strong due…

  • Alibi

    Alibi

    ★½

    Alibi is the first film ever to record the sound of a tommy gun being fired and this intrigued me enough to watch it.

    Turns out it’s a fairly terrible and utterly mundane feature. The plot from Elaine Sterne Carrington is utterly mundane and full of cliches. Nothing of any originality happens and the film itself is just really dry and needlessly brutal. There are a lot of violent moments in here that seem fairly unnecessary and are just here…

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  • 2001: A Space Odyssey

    2001: A Space Odyssey

    ★★★★★

    Rewatching this because what else are you going to do on your day off?

    For me although Stanley Kubrick did some outstanding work in his incredible career 2001: A Space Odyssey is his ultimate masterpiece. Because although 2001 is a magnificent visual feast it’s also a stunning intellectual thought piece where Kubrick’s own philosophical ideas and questions are examined in great detail which is what makes it so rewatchable. Every time you see it you catch something you may have…

  • Reservoir Dogs

    Reservoir Dogs

    ★★★★★

    With the trailer for Once Upon a Time in Hollywood out I felt the urge to go back to where it all began for Tarantino and watch his Directorial debut Reservoir Dogs which is of course a brilliant feature and my personal favourite of the Directors work.

    Tarantino who also wrote this feature was greatly influenced by pictures such as The Taking of Pelham One Two Three and City on Fire and in turn his interpretation of these works has…