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Breakfast at tiffanys

Hepburns most famous film see's her as a flaky unhappy aimless young woman running from a past she tries not to think about pretending to be anyone but herself. Her love interest George Peppard, tries to help her realise that like all good women she needs a good man to settle her down. This melancholy tale is a classic but dated. The familiar music adds depth to a flick well worth seeing.

Total Score 7.7/10



Daniel Craig heads a cleverly casted crew in this true story with uplifting undertones. Although scripted well this films suffers through very obvious and noticable cronological errors. These suprisingly are quickly forgotten as everything else in the film is fast moving and as interesting as it is likable. The forest is constantly permeated with action and drama and this film is never boring.

Total Score 7.9/10

Catherine Hardwicks adaptation of the first book in the series is nicely put together, and although it still feels like a teenage girls fantasy it is appealing to all older members of the family. This film isn't about the action, and indeed it is more rich in the drama, and anticipation of what might come next. I always felt it cleverly followed the plot of a Harry Potter book, the year of school progresses and nothing is revealed too quickly, just misconceptions and confusion. An enjoyable watch not just for kids.

Total Score 7.8/10
Seven Pounds

Will Smith always suprises me in his serious roles by how good his acting is. This was billed as a sixth sense type of slow supenseful drama, although I figured out the "twist" in less than seven minutes. This didn't take away from the enjoyment of the film, as although you might know whats going to happen, how and why each charachter gets there and the relationships that unfold couldn't be predicted and are definitely worth a look!

Total Score 7.5/10
Indiana Jones and the kingdom of the crystal skull

I'm one of those in the minority that enjoyed this as much as any of the Indiana Jones films. The big action sequences are fun, suitably over the top and impressive, and all additions to the cast are excellent especially the consistantly splendid Cate Blanchett. Great locations, a fine director and more nostalgia than you can shake a whip at. Oh and I think John Williams might have had a hand in the music too!

Total Score 8.5/10


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