The Life of David Gale (2003) Review

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David Gale was against capital punishment and when he is accused of murdering his friend and fellow activist he is on death row. A week before his date to die reporter Bitsey Bloom is sent to interview him.

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*This review will contain SPOILERS*

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Contagion (2011) Review

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Beth Emhoff when returning from a business trip to Hong Kong suddenly dies after suffering from an infection which is flu like and her young son also suffers. Mitch her husband somehow seems to be immune but as the days pass how many more people will be taken down by the virus?

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Happy International Women’s Day!

What better way to celebrate International Women’s Day than a collage of my favourite actresses who have brought me so much joy and escapism from watching them in films or tv shows over the years!

Trailer: The French Dispatch (2020)

Wes Anderson has a very distinct and different style when it comes to directing his films and so far I am yet to find out that I like, but I still give them a chance and try my very best to see what everyone else does with them. This really does have a very impressive cast mind!

If anyone would like to offer what I need to to think about with his films, please offer some advice and any I should give a second chance?

7 Films that disappointed me in 2017

Moving on from the top 10 best and worst list I also like putting together some films that have disappointed me during the past year. These are mainly the films that I was looking forward to or had a lot of hype around them and just well didn’t live up to it!

These are the films I watched at the cinema during 2017
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October 2017 at the Cinema

As we are approaching the last few months of 2017 I honestly don’t think the standard of films is improving too much in all honesty, I am sure you will see exactly why when looking at the seven films that I went to see during October.

The number of films I went to see was 7 and this then cost £2.55 per film as the Unlimited Card at Cineworld is £17.90 per month.

4th – Goodbye Christopher Robin – Review

11th – The Mountain Between Us – Review

12th – The Death of Stalin – Review (Unlimited Screening)

17th – The Snowman – Review

20th – Geostorm – Review

25th – Thor: Ragnarok – Review

29th – Breathe – Review

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