Rachel McAdams: The Time-Traveller’s Wife

Rachel McAdams: The Time-Traveller’s Wife

“I have a question for you Rachel McAdams: where is your agency? And, why do you have such a thing for time-travellers?” – Annice White on Rachel McAdams: the time traveller’s wife.

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5 British and Irish Films That Don’t ‘Bury Their Gays’ 

5 British and Irish Films That Don’t ‘Bury Their Gays’ 

LGBTQ+ characters in film are given disproportionately unhappy endings. We know it as “burying their gays”. Here are 5 British and Irish films that you can watch without the fear of revisiting this trope. Article by Annice White.

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The Full Monty (1997) Review

The Full Monty (1997) Review

A BAFTA and Oscar winner, ‘The Full Monty’ is “not just a northern comedy about men who take their clothes off”. Robert Carlyle and Mark Addy star in Peter Cattaneo’s South Yorkshire classic. Annice White reviews.

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Wuthering Heights Films Ranked

Wuthering Heights Films Ranked

The 4 English language feature film adaptations of Emily Brontë’s “Wuthering Heights” ranked worst to best in terms of artistic merit, and critical/popular reception, by Annice White.

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I’m a 90s Kid and I Watched Jurassic Park for the First Time This Year

I’m a 90s Kid and I Watched Jurassic Park for the First Time This Year

“Hi, my name is Annice and I have never seen Jurassic Park.” How a 90s kid somehow missed out on seeing Steven Spielberg’s dinosaur-sized blockbuster hit until nearly 30 years later.

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Back to the Future Movies Ranked

Back to the Future Movies Ranked

Which of the three ‘Back to the Future’ films, from Bob Gale and Robert Zemeckis, starring Michael J. Fox and Christopher Lloyd, is the best? Find out in our Back to the Future edition of Ranked, as written by Annice White.

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Love Wedding Repeat (2020) Review

Love Wedding Repeat (2020) Review

All-star Netflix film ‘Love Wedding Repeat’ (2020), starring the likes of Sam Claflin, Olivia Munn, Eleanor Tomlinson and Aisling Bea, is a rom-com with no rom and no com. Annice White reviews.

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Rita, Sue and Bob Too (1987) Review

Rita, Sue and Bob Too (1987) Review

Tagged as “Thatcher’s Britain with her knickers down”, Alan Clarke’s film adaptation of Andrea Dunbar’s famous stage play, ‘Rita, Sue and Bob Too’ (1987) is a Yorkshire classic. Annice White reviews.

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Dark Waters (2020) Review

Dark Waters (2020) Review

Todd Haynes takes inspiration from the horror genre to intelligently present the real-life story of a lawyer who uncovered one of America’s largest ever conspiracies. DuPont are taken to task in ‘Dark Waters’ (2020) reviewed by Annice White.

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The Railway Children (1970) Review

The Railway Children (1970) Review

The Railway Children may have its issues according to Annice White, but it still makes for an enjoyable nostalgia-filled afternoon. Full movie review here.

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