Jennifer Garner

Film Review: Love, Simon (USA, 2018) is a sweet, likable and unassuming queer teenage rom-com

April 1, 2018

Dear Blue, Queer cinema has came through quite well back in 2017. We’ve had great examples like Call Me By Your Name, Battle of the Sexes and Moonlight; foreign entries like BPM (Beats Per Minute), Oscar-winning A Fantastic Woman and BAFTA-winning The Handmaiden and hidden indie gems like Princess Cyd, Beach Rats and God’s Own […]

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Film Review: Wakefield (USA, 2016) is a dull character study about a mad man

October 2, 2017

Wakefield is a long, drawn-out rendering of a short story. It shows one man’s descent into madness and how he becomes a voyeur of his own family. The film is a dramatic one and while the central idea seems original enough, it’s something that was better in the written format than in a full-length, feature […]

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DVD Review: Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day (USA, 2014)

May 7, 2015

We’ve all had bad days, and on the eve of Alexander’s twelfth birthday he has had one of the worst days ever. To make it hurt just that little bit more, it seems his entire family is riding a wave of positivity and enjoying all the good things in their lives and unaware of how […]

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