Happy Birthday Mam x

I'm taking a time out from writing raving reviews about books and films to write down my most special review to date. I want to tell you everything I think that needs to be put in black and white about how INCREDIBLE my Mam is - as a soppy birthday treat for her. I don't …

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1917: An enthralling piece of cinema

1917 is Britain’s WW1 answer to Saving Private Ryan; replacing the guts and gore with intensity and emotion. When deciding how I feel about a war film it’s never about enjoyment, usually it’s about my level anxiety or the speed of my heart rate as I walk out the cinema doors. If I’m measuring this …

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“Aim at the highest, and never mind the money”: My thoughts on Little Women

Watching as a female majority poured out of the cinema screen (bar Conor who I had swayed to watch through it being my date night choice), my head feels full of inspiration watching as Jo Marsh and her sisters filled my heart just as they did the first time I read Little Women. Anyone who …

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