Little Women (2019) Review

Little Women (2019) Review

“Little Women will be the Greta Gerwig movie that will establish her as one of the most important filmmakers of the 21st century”. Katie Doyle reviews ‘Little Women’ (2019) starring Saoirse Ronan and an ensemble of talent.

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5 Christmas Movies Rewritten According to Brexit and UK Politics

5 Christmas Movies Rewritten According to Brexit and UK Politics

As the UK enters another General Election, Katie Doyle rewrites five Christmas classics of cinema to fit the modern political discourse in this entertaining piece.

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A Hard Day’s Night (1964) Retrospective Review

A Hard Day’s Night (1964) Retrospective Review

“With the likes of ‘A Hard Day’s Night’, their music and joie de vivre of their early days will never die.” Katie Doyle’s review of ‘A Hard Day’s Night’ starring The Beatles.

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Katie Doyle’s ‘Movies I Had a Religious/Spiritual Experience With’ Part 4: Becket/A Man For All Seasons

Katie Doyle’s ‘Movies I Had a Religious/Spiritual Experience With’ Part 4: Becket/A Man For All Seasons

In Part 4 of her series ‘Movies I Had a Religious/Spiritual Experience With’, Katie Doyle uncovers what it means to be an English Catholic through ‘Becket’ (1964) and ‘A Man for All Seasons’ (1966).

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20 The Film Magazine Articles to Read from 2018

20 The Film Magazine Articles to Read from 2018

20 of the absolute best The Film Magazine articles released in 2018 from our selection of 20 writers.

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Who’d Have Thought That ‘Paranormal Activity’ Would Be Actually Terrifying?

Who’d Have Thought That ‘Paranormal Activity’ Would Be Actually Terrifying?

Could it be possible that the original ‘Paranormal Activity’ (2007) was actually a feminist movie ahead of its time? And was it actually scarier than we remember? Katie Doyle guides us through it, here.

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Mike Bassett: England Manager (2001) Review

Mike Bassett: England Manager (2001) Review

2001 football Mockumentary ‘Mike Bassett: England Manager’ starring Ricky Tomlinson has some “deliciously witty writing” and is “the perfect cure to World Cup years, be it tears of joy or disappointment”, according to Katie Doyle’s review.

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The Breadwinner (2017) Review

The Breadwinner (2017) Review

2018 Oscar nominee ‘The Breadwinner’ is “a carefully crafted concoction of direction, art and voice-acting [that] squeezes heartbreak, wrath, terror and joy from every frame” according to Katie Doyle’s review of the animated movie.

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