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Flim Weakly Review- Rocketman

Jean Luc Godard once said “Film is truth, 24 frames per second.” Now, I don’t know what that means, but I do know it's wrong. Rocketman cannot be truth, because it's made of film, and truth is made of emotions or something. I also don’t

Rocketman (2019) Film Review

Although he made his directorial debut in 2011, UK director Dexter Fletcher is making a name for himself as the go-to guy for biopics. His 2016 film Eddie the Eagle focused on the eponymous Olympian and he memorably replaced Bryan Singer

Eddie the Eagle (2016)

In 1988, Eddie 'the Eagle' Edwards became the first ski jumper to represent Great Britain in the Olympics. Despite being short on funds, long-sighted and handicapped by his weight, he managed to break a ski jump record and capture the…

Wild Bill (2012)

Taken at face value, Wild Bill's thrusting, tatooed, clenched fists and bruised forehead, as seen on the poster, may lead to the assumption that the British, or more specifically The East End, crime caper is a genre that can only be sold on…

Wild Bill (2011)

British actor Dexter Fletcher makes his debut as director with the typically British Wild Bill. The film focuses on Bill Hayward (Charlie Creed-Miles) who has been in prison for eight years due to his 'wild' ways. Bill has been released…

Dead Cert (2010)

Part British hardman flick, part vampire movie, Dead Cert is best described as From Dusk Till Dawn meets Guy Ritchie. Sadly, those involved don’t have the style or wit that Ritchie has (though I know that not everyone is a fan of the guy).…