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  • Tyrannosaur

    Tyrannosaur

    ★★★★

    Scavenger Hunt 27- June 2017

    Film #9

    24- A Film That Someone You Know, Met, Or Seen Worked On: Tyrannosaur

    Paddy Considine was in a pub once but that's about it.

    An uncompromisingly depressing and angry film that doesn't feature any dinosaurs.

    Performances are fantastic and it perfectly embodies the entire emotion of rage incredibly well. Be warned though, it's an absolute mega gut punch. One conversation scene in particular near the end had me crying my eyes out just…

  • My Life as a Zucchini

    My Life as a Zucchini

    ★★★★½

    Scavenger Hunt 27- June 2017

    Film #8

    21- A Film From The Country Of Your Ethnic Roots: My Life as a Courgette



    A fucking what now? A zucchini? What the fuck is that yanky danky doodle bollocks?

    JE SUIS COURGETTE!

    Actually, my ethnic background is more complex than people think. My mothers side being the most complex. So we have: French, Indians and Polish and Russian Jews. I have certainly had my fair share of racial name calling as a…

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  • Suicide Squad

    Suicide Squad

    31 Day Movie Challenge | August 2016

    4. A 2016 film: Suicide Squad

    I'll start with a quick anecdote. When I was 5 months old, I had my pinky on my left hand severed off in some double doors. Luckily the doctors got in back on in time to help it work again. As young as I was, I remember brief flashes of severe amounts of blood pouring out of my finger and me crying.

    This was a more enjoyable…

  • Guardians of the Galaxy

    Guardians of the Galaxy

    ★★★★½

    Scavenger Hunt 15 – June 2016

    Film #4

    Task # 8: A film recommended to you by one of your friends: Guardians of the Galaxy

    Okay, so I'm not a fan of superhero movies at all, even if I enjoy them when I get the opportunity to watch them, I certainly don't seek them out avidly. Although I do read comics and love all of them, the superhero genre has always seemed like a shameless cash grab to me, maybe…