The Reviewer

I watch movies. I write about it.

The Teenage Girls’ Bible on How to Life…*

*Spoiler – just go along for the ride   Looking for Alibrandi has been described as a coming of age movie for teenage girls as they struggle to find their place in the world and live through the traumas of... Continue Reading →


The Dark Knight’s Unexpected Emotional Tests.

I don’t deny that I’m a Marvel fan through and through, so when it comes to D.C Comics’ and their cinematic worlds, I usually go into these movies believing they’re going to fail. But I was drawn in by the... Continue Reading →

Here’s one way to kill a mockingbird

In 1962, at a time when America was still phasing out segregation, To Kill a Mockingbird was released. Based on the 1960 novel by Harper Lee, the movie tells the tale through Jean-Louise ‘Scout’ Finch’s eyes in a small town... Continue Reading →

David Stratton: he’s alright

David Stratton: he’s alright. Possibly one of the most talented critics, David Stratton was born in Trowbridge, Wiltshire, London in September 1939 (IMDb). There is little on his upbringing (unless you trust good old Wiki for sourcing), but the documentary... Continue Reading →

Sink Your Teeth Into This…

Jaws. An iconic, thriller and drama movie about the predators in the big blue sea released in 1975. Based off a novel (same title, released in 1974). Directed by (arguably) one of the greatest directors ever (Steven Spielberg). Score produced... Continue Reading →

About this

This blog was first created in my first year of uni, then revamped twice in my second year for two different courses. And now, here we are for a third. A lot of my original posts are missing, and the... Continue Reading →

The Avengers – review

Marvel's The Avengers movie of 2012. This movie made $207,438,708 (USA) (4 May 2012) on opening weekend in the U.S (IMDb), ranking fourth in the highest-grossing films of all time (at the time of publishing). This movie came after the success... Continue Reading →

To Female Superhero Or To Not Female Superhero?

'There's so much history within Marvel...'

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