“Cinema’s Most Romantic Moments” – The Film Magazine Podcast

“Cinema’s Most Romantic Moments” – The Film Magazine Podcast

Each episode of The Film Magazine’s podcast mini-series “Cinema’s Most Romantic Moments” features audio essays from team members on the most romantic movie moments ever.

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Crazy, Stupid, Love. (2011) Review

Crazy, Stupid, Love. (2011) Review

2011 rom-com ‘Crazy, Stupid, Love.’ starring Steve Carell, Ryan Gosling, Julianne Moore and Emma Stone “executes the complexity of love in such a beautiful and rewarding manner”. Beth Sawdon reviews.

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20 Most Popular Articles 2020

20 Most Popular Articles 2020

The most popular articles published to thefilmagazine.com in the year 2020, as chosen by you the readers.

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To Die For (1995) Review

To Die For (1995) Review

Nicole Kidman and Joaquin Phoenix star in 1995 Gus Van Sant film ‘To Die For’, the tale of a woman who will go so far as to orchestrate murder to get ahead in her journalism career. Beth Sawdon reviews.

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Rebecca (2020) Review

Rebecca (2020) Review

Ben Wheatley adapts Daphne De Maurier’s “Rebecca”, first put to screen by Alfred Hitchcock, with Armie Hammer, Kristin Scott Thomas and particularly Lily James excelling in their roles. Beth Sawdon reviews.

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10 Best Horror Movie Moments of the 1970s

10 Best Horror Movie Moments of the 1970s

What are the best horror movie moments of the 1970s? The decade, known for some of the best horror films in history, such as Jaws and The Exorcist, had many. Top 10 list by Beth Sawdon.

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Enola Holmes (2020) Review

Enola Holmes (2020) Review

Sherlock’s kid sister takes on the case in new Netflix feature Enola Holmes. Beth Sawdon gives us the low-down on Millie Bobby Brown’s producing debut.

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Aardman Animation Movies Ranked

Aardman Animation Movies Ranked

All 7 movie releases from famed British stop-motion animators Aardman Animation have been ranked from good to legendary by Beth Sawdon.

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Yes, God, Yes (2019) Review

Yes, God, Yes (2019) Review

‘Stranger Things’ star Natalia Dyer plays a sexually repressed teenager discovering herself and her body amidst a religious upbringing in Karen Maine’s debut feature ‘Yes, God, Yes’ (2019) reviewed by Beth Sawdon.

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10 Films from the Past 10 Years To Teach You About White Privilege

10 Films from the Past 10 Years To Teach You About White Privilege

A list of 10 films from the past 10 years that everyone can watch to educate themselves on racial inequality, systemic racism and white privilege. Article by Beth Sawdon.

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