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  • Shanty Tramp

    Shanty Tramp


    Yep, she’s definitely a tramp.

    Most of the characters in this are real arseholes. I found it quite hard to watch and not very entertaining. As for its narrative on the treatment of black people in 1960’s America and the assumptions made around biracial relationships, many other films say the same thing but better and with more insight and sensitivity.

    Am I the only one who found the way Emily walked extremely annoying? Man, what a selfish, conniving bitch.

  • Love, Simon

    Love, Simon


    As a film, based purely on its own merits and without context, I would rate β€˜Love, Simon’ a solid three and a half stars. But I cannot quell the notion that it deserves another half star simply for existing and having been a success.

    As much as many of us don’t want it to be, the world today is still rife with homophobia - from very mild to heinous - along with a whole party of other cruel bigotries. Sure,…

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  • Only the Brave

    Only the Brave


    I cried. A lot.
    There was a time when I tried to hide my cinema crying but now I just let the tears stream down my cheeks without interference.

    β€œWe’re only seconds away, it’s going to feel like the end of the world. As long as you can breathe, you can survive.”

    I find you can often judge the quality of a movie by what noises are audible from the audience throughout the showing, and from how many different directions.…

  • The Mist

    The Mist


    Well, shit. That ending.
    I can see why people talk about it.
    It’s like that time I clicked β€˜update’ on my Mac without realising there wasn’t enough space left, rendering it useless without an operating system and unable to install a new one, and I... just... wished... I... could... undo... the... last... five... minutes... only about ten billion times worse.

    β€œAs a species we’re fundamentally insane. Put more than two of us in a room, we pick sides and start…