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‘Wild’ Film Review

A inspirational montage of hallucinations, beauty and heart. Wild captures the struggle of addiction, grief and loneliness and still manages to uplift, reminding you that no matter what happens, you have to keep moving forward, one foot at a time. Based on Cheryl Strayed's best selling memoir Wild: A Journey From Lost To Found, Wild… Continue reading ‘Wild’ Film Review

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‘Lucy’ Film Review

Lucy is a heart-pounding action packed thriller with eccentric possibilities.¬† Luc Besson's latest film Lucy has been compared to Limitless, a previous film starring Bradley Cooper but the thriller explores further fictional realms. The plot begins with the main character Lucy played by Scarlett Johansson, a student living in Taiwan. Her latest boyfriend Richard tricks… Continue reading ‘Lucy’ Film Review

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Orange Is The New Black TV Review

A beautifully plotted TV series with heart wrenching moments of truth. Orange Is The New Black is the latest TV craze to spark controversy and gain instant fans. This comedy drama set in a prison was everything I wanted it to be and more. The writing, first of all is absolutely brilliant in this show.… Continue reading Orange Is The New Black TV Review

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The Hunger Games: Catching Fire Film Review

Katniss (Jennifer Lawrence) is back with the second adaptation of The Hunger Games Trilogy. Catching Fire is a wonderful addition to the first film and it has definitely stayed true to the book and true to the characters that the readers created in their minds when reading the series. I am always sceptical when I… Continue reading The Hunger Games: Catching Fire Film Review

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‘The Hunger Games’ Film Review

I went to the cinema today to watch 'The Hunger Games.' I saw the trailer¬† about a month ago and I had already heard a few of the songs on the soundtrack. I don't really know what my expectations of this film were but they were definatley exceeded. I loved the film because the storyline… Continue reading ‘The Hunger Games’ Film Review