A Series of Unfortunate Events (2017)

Three orphan siblings are thrust into a chain of sorrowful events in the adapted Netflix series of ‘A Series of Unfortunate Events’

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Netflix TV Review

– Includes potential spoilers –

Covering the books written by Lemony Snicket, the latest original series to arrive on Netflix is the book adaptation of ‘A Series of Unfortunate Events‘. Originally made into one singular film back in 2004 under the same name, the narrative follows three siblings recently orphaned after a fire destroying their family home; propelling them into a world lacking the stability and safety they were accustomed to.

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Sing Street (2016)

Struggling to fit in, a young school boy takes the magic of music and forms his own band.

Film Review

Forced to adapt to the new surroundings of state school in 1980’s Dublin, 14-year-old Conor is struggling with a crumbling family and is yearning for an escape. After coming across a mysterious young model, Raphina, he then strives to form his own band to impress her, made up of a contrasting group of students. Together, they begin to write and practice, finding their own sound, personality and image with the help of Raphina.

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Top 16 Films of 2016

A section of my favourite releases from the year of 2016.

Top 16 Films of 2016

Nearing the end of 2016, it’s about time to reflect on the releases of this year. Thanks to Cineworld Unlimited, I’ve managed to get to my local cinema a vast amount of times this year, so I’ve got a lot to choose from. As it was 2016, I’ve gone with a selection of 16 films that have topped my cinema year. This is just my opinions here; all views are my own and are selected through the UK cinema release dates.

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Most Anticipated Films of 2017

Looking forward to just some of the most exciting cinema releases in 2017.

2017 Cinema Releases

It’s that time of the year now to reflect on the year that’s passed and look forward to more exciting cinema releases that are to come in the new year. These are just a select few stand out selections, high on my to-watch list.

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Now You See Me 2 (2016)

The four magical horsemen return after they are tricked at their own game of deception in thrilling feature ‘Now You See Me 2’

Film Review

Edited review published and written for Film Inquiry

2016 is already shaping up to become the year of reboots and sequels, whether or not they are deemed desirable or not is a different matter. Now You See Me indeed worked as a solo endeavour back when the magic was introduced three years previous. The existence of the sequel may come as a surprise to some, due to the mixed responses circling the first instalment. Yet, the success that followed in the box office did prove enough to induce the development of the second act.

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The Nice Guys (2016)

Two mismatched investigators are pulled into a case revolving around a missing girl in action comedy feature ‘The Nice Guys’

Film Review

Written and uploaded with Starskify – 18th June 2016

The year is 1977. Los Angeles is the home for private investigator Holland March, who is recruited to track down the whereabouts of a girl deemed to be associated with a recently deceased famous porn star. His investigations lead him to encounter the somewhat unconventional enforcer Jackson Healy, who also happens to be linked with the missing girl. Brought together, the two detectives further encounter associations of conspiracy which leads them on a wild goose chase of deception, proving that it’s not always easy to be considered one of the nice guys.

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POV in Music Videos

An establishing discussion regarding the topic of music videos and their situation in contemporary media. Analysing the recent release from Panic! At The Disco and the use of first person POV techniques.

Article/Discussion

Establishing a discussion regarding the topic of music videos and their situation in contemporary media may be considered as foreign territory for me. Yet the analysis of recent video release from Panic! At The Disco and the use of first person POV technique sparks a new curiosity that I was eager to explore.

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