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Film of the week: The Village (2004)
M. Night Shyamalan’s period horror ‘The Village’ follows the lives of those in a 19th-century community, who all fear the strange creatures that live in the surrounding forest. 
While I now admire this film, it would scare the absolute sh!t out of me and my sister as children. Filled with unique ideas, an extraordinary range of characters and a mind-blowing ending, The Village is a film I will adore for the rest of my life. 
The film stars a magnificent cast including Bryce Dallas Howard, Adrien Brody, Sigourney Weaver, Judy Greer, Joaquin Phoenix, Jesse Eisenberg, Michael Pitt and many more whom all deliver marvellous performances. 
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Film of the week: The Village (2004) M. Night Shyamalan’s period horror ‘The Village’ follows the lives of those in a 19th-century community, who all fear the strange creatures that live in the surrounding forest. While I now admire this film, it would scare the absolute sh!t out of me and my sister as children. Filled with unique ideas, an extraordinary range of characters and a mind-blowing ending, The Village is a film I will adore for the rest of my life. The film stars a magnificent cast including Bryce Dallas Howard, Adrien Brody, Sigourney Weaver, Judy Greer, Joaquin Phoenix, Jesse Eisenberg, Michael Pitt and many more whom all deliver marvellous performances. #filmoftheweekfriday 
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‘From the haunting symphonies playing over immense battles, The Last Jedi is easily one of the most electrifying cinematic experiences to date. With plenty of ‘holy sh!t’ moments, the film also relies on a lot of humour and significant emotional scenes that stay clear of overshadowing each other...’
Full spoiler-free review on our website (link in bio)
SPOILER-FREE ‘From the haunting symphonies playing over immense battles, The Last Jedi is easily one of the most electrifying cinematic experiences to date. With plenty of ‘holy sh!t’ moments, the film also relies on a lot of humour and significant emotional scenes that stay clear of overshadowing each other...’ Full spoiler-free review on our website (link in bio)
‘Being extremely reminiscent of Stranger Things and IT, Dark still manages to uphold a distinct vision and unique way of telling its story.’
Full review on our website (link in bio)
‘Being extremely reminiscent of Stranger Things and IT, Dark still manages to uphold a distinct vision and unique way of telling its story.’ Full review on our website (link in bio)
The new site looking pretty snazzy on the iPhone X - have you checked it out yet? (link in bio)
Dark season 1 review up soon!
The new site looking pretty snazzy on the iPhone X - have you checked it out yet? (link in bio) Dark season 1 review up soon!
'Coco breaks the boundaries of what constitutes a children's film, to a film that can reach out to all ages.'
Full review on our website (link in bio)
'Coco breaks the boundaries of what constitutes a children's film, to a film that can reach out to all ages.' Full review on our website (link in bio)
WE'RE BACK! Yes after a short break we're back and ready to launch something we've been working on for a while now...
🎉🎉 OUR NEW WEBSITE 🎉🎉
We're so excited to share with you our new site, where we'll be keeping you updated everything film/tv. Lastest news, reviews, trailers and more all in one place. 
Click the link in our bio to check it out and feel free to let us know what you think! Looking forward to see what 2018 brings us ❤️❤️❤️
WE'RE BACK! Yes after a short break we're back and ready to launch something we've been working on for a while now... 🎉🎉 OUR NEW WEBSITE 🎉🎉 We're so excited to share with you our new site, where we'll be keeping you updated everything film/tv. Lastest news, reviews, trailers and more all in one place. Click the link in our bio to check it out and feel free to let us know what you think! Looking forward to see what 2018 brings us ❤️❤️❤️
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MUDBOUND REVIEW: 93%
(star ratings are out of 5)
Director: Dee Rees
Cast: Garrett Hedlund, Carey Mulligan, Jason Clarke, Mary J. Blige, Jason Mitchell, Rob Morgan, Johnathan Banks 
Mudbound is Netflix’s latest adaption from the 2008 novel of the same name written by Hillary Jordan. Set in Mississippi Delta during World War II, the touching period drama follow the lives of two families - one black and one white, with the only thing they have in common being the absence of a loved one fighting in the war. We follow the families as they struggle to live the everyday life they desire, all while patiently awaiting the return of their relatives.
The novelistic aesthetic this film has works so well, jumping to and from timelines of the two families at the perfect amount. I especially admire the way they used voiceovers of the 6 main characters to narrate their thoughts and perspective rather than one main protagonist. This film was everyone’s story to tell, so I applaud the bold thinking.
Through a neutral colour palette setting the right mood, Mudbound sure is a good looking film. Infact one of my only flaws with the film is that it won’t be shown in cinemas across the world being a Netflix original. But the characters are really what draw you in, with some of the best and strongest performances this year they’ll leave you feeling attached and empathetic. 
Having broad themes such as love, war and racism, it’s easy to sense an atmosphere of tension that's slowly unravelling piece by piece. However it was the last 20 minutes of this film that left my jaw dropped. Don’t worry, no spoilers here but it gets very raw and emotional. 
Mudbound is probably Netflix’s best original films yet. Being captivating and thought-provoking, there’s no doubt that viewers will remain engaged throughout.
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MUDBOUND REVIEW: 93% (star ratings are out of 5) Director: Dee Rees Cast: Garrett Hedlund, Carey Mulligan, Jason Clarke, Mary J. Blige, Jason Mitchell, Rob Morgan, Johnathan Banks Mudbound is Netflix’s latest adaption from the 2008 novel of the same name written by Hillary Jordan. Set in Mississippi Delta during World War II, the touching period drama follow the lives of two families - one black and one white, with the only thing they have in common being the absence of a loved one fighting in the war. We follow the families as they struggle to live the everyday life they desire, all while patiently awaiting the return of their relatives. The novelistic aesthetic this film has works so well, jumping to and from timelines of the two families at the perfect amount. I especially admire the way they used voiceovers of the 6 main characters to narrate their thoughts and perspective rather than one main protagonist. This film was everyone’s story to tell, so I applaud the bold thinking. Through a neutral colour palette setting the right mood, Mudbound sure is a good looking film. Infact one of my only flaws with the film is that it won’t be shown in cinemas across the world being a Netflix original. But the characters are really what draw you in, with some of the best and strongest performances this year they’ll leave you feeling attached and empathetic. Having broad themes such as love, war and racism, it’s easy to sense an atmosphere of tension that's slowly unravelling piece by piece. However it was the last 20 minutes of this film that left my jaw dropped. Don’t worry, no spoilers here but it gets very raw and emotional. Mudbound is probably Netflix’s best original films yet. Being captivating and thought-provoking, there’s no doubt that viewers will remain engaged throughout. Follow us: @flashflicks ⚡️ Twitter: FlashFlicks (link in bio) 🐤 #FlashFlicks 
We have our first look at Avengers: Infinity War. Check out these exclusive covers for @vanityfair! 
Not long until a trailer now.. what do you think?
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We have our first look at Avengers: Infinity War. Check out these exclusive covers for @vanityfair! Not long until a trailer now.. what do you think? Follow us: @flashflicks ⚡️ Twitter: FlashFlicks (link in bio) 🐤 #FlashFlicks 
PIXAR BATTLE (Round 2)
Winner of round 1: The Incredibles 
With the release of Coco (in select countries), vote again for your favourite Pixar film out of the following; Ratatouille, Up, Inside Out, Cars or Brave. 
Comment below your vote! ⬇️⬇️
Personal vote: Ratatouille (duh, no reasoning needed)
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PIXAR BATTLE (Round 2) Winner of round 1: The Incredibles With the release of Coco (in select countries), vote again for your favourite Pixar film out of the following; Ratatouille, Up, Inside Out, Cars or Brave. Comment below your vote! ⬇️⬇️ Personal vote: Ratatouille (duh, no reasoning needed) Follow us: @flashflicks ⚡️ Twitter: FlashFlicks (link in bio) 🐤 #FlashFlicks 
DADDY'S HOME 2 REVIEW: 65%
(star ratings are out of 5)
Director: Sean Anders 
Cast: Mark Wahlberg, Will Ferrell, John Lithgow,  Mel Gibson, Linda Cardellini, John Cena
The sequel to 2015's Daddy's Home brings more Christmas, chaos and more dads. 
Basically this film is just dumb fun, you can't go into it ready to expect more then a few cheap laughs to pass time. 
I enjoyed this film, it's actually pretty funny. But humour aside, the story is almost too predictable. It's the same formula as the first film, conflict between the dads and grandparents and the same heartfelt resolution in the end. 
Comparing it to the first film, I probably like the original better. But this one really has it's own moments. 
Whilst I don't regret spending money on a movie named 'Daddy's Home' I felt like the film was a well needed break from everything else Hollywood's been producing lately.
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DADDY'S HOME 2 REVIEW: 65% (star ratings are out of 5) Director: Sean Anders Cast: Mark Wahlberg, Will Ferrell, John Lithgow, Mel Gibson, Linda Cardellini, John Cena The sequel to 2015's Daddy's Home brings more Christmas, chaos and more dads. Basically this film is just dumb fun, you can't go into it ready to expect more then a few cheap laughs to pass time. I enjoyed this film, it's actually pretty funny. But humour aside, the story is almost too predictable. It's the same formula as the first film, conflict between the dads and grandparents and the same heartfelt resolution in the end. Comparing it to the first film, I probably like the original better. But this one really has it's own moments. Whilst I don't regret spending money on a movie named 'Daddy's Home' I felt like the film was a well needed break from everything else Hollywood's been producing lately. Follow us: @flashflicks ⚡️ Twitter: FlashFlicks (link in bio) 🐤 #FlashFlicks 
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FILM OF THE WEEK: WATCHMEN
(star ratings are out of 5)
Director: Zach Snyder 
Cast: Malin Åkerman, Jackie Earle Haley, Patrick Wilson, Jeffrey Dean Morgan
With the recent release of Justice League leaving fans letdown, I thought it'd be the perfect time to revisit one of Zach Snyder's more underrated films. Watchmen, a unique experience with a unique aesthetic. 
I love the way the perfectly structured introduction sets the tone for the rest of the film. The interaction between the man watching TV and the actual television studio was just so cool to watch. 
The characters are presented so smoothly, making all of them so likeable and even delves into a fair few backstories and retelling of events, which works so well. 
Rather than having it's good moments, the whole film feels like a memorable moment. 
I love the way the characters narrate their thoughts, it's visual storytelling at it's finest. 
The editing plays a big part of that. It's just so good in this film!
If you're ready to set almost 3 hours aside to sit through a dark- but epic comic come to life, than I recommend Watchmen. 
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#FilmoftheWeekFriday  FILM OF THE WEEK: WATCHMEN (star ratings are out of 5) Director: Zach Snyder Cast: Malin Åkerman, Jackie Earle Haley, Patrick Wilson, Jeffrey Dean Morgan With the recent release of Justice League leaving fans letdown, I thought it'd be the perfect time to revisit one of Zach Snyder's more underrated films. Watchmen, a unique experience with a unique aesthetic. I love the way the perfectly structured introduction sets the tone for the rest of the film. The interaction between the man watching TV and the actual television studio was just so cool to watch. The characters are presented so smoothly, making all of them so likeable and even delves into a fair few backstories and retelling of events, which works so well. Rather than having it's good moments, the whole film feels like a memorable moment. I love the way the characters narrate their thoughts, it's visual storytelling at it's finest. The editing plays a big part of that. It's just so good in this film! If you're ready to set almost 3 hours aside to sit through a dark- but epic comic come to life, than I recommend Watchmen. Follow us: @flashflicks ⚡️ Twitter: FlashFlicks (link in bio) 🐤 #FlashFlicks