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The Hobbit Review

I very much enjoy the Lord of Rings movies, so much that their great lengths don’t scare me or impede my watching them. And when I learned the Hobbit was being made, I decided to take it to the next … Continue reading

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Gulliver’s Travels Review

Gulliver’s Travels, starring Ted Danson and directed by Charles Sturridge, is based on the novel by Jonathan Swift. The movie tells the tale of Lemuel Gulliver, a doctor turned ship’s surgeon, who after eight years lost at sea retells his … Continue reading

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The Art of Getting By, Review

The Art of Getting By just came out to the cinemas in Ireland, and I couldn’t wait to watch it. I had fallen in love with the trailer I had seen three months beforehand, and I was dying to see … Continue reading

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Making a Clapper

To start a career in cinematography, I first need a clapper, so I decided to make one instead of buying a flimsy cheap one or an overly expensive one online. Share on Facebook

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And Then There Were None: Review

And Then There Were None is a black and white movie made in 1945. It is based on Agatha Christie’s novel of the same name (also published under the title 10 Little Indians). It tells the story of 10 people invited … Continue reading

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Bombón el Perro Review

In this spanish movie by Carlos Sorín, Juan ‘Coco’ Villegas is a 52 year old man who is down on his luck. Having no job, he lives with his daughter and her children. He travels around looking for jobs in … Continue reading

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