September in Film

19 Oct

At the cinema last month I saw…

Films Sep 2014

Lets Be Cops (top)
Silly, fun and watchable. However it was very predictable most of the way through, and I must admit being familiar with the actors, having watched Happy Endings and New Girl, it felt a lot more like I was watching a feature length episode rather than a film as their characters were pretty much the same as Brad (happy endings) & Nick (new girl).

Pride (bottom)
I was really looking forward to watching this film, the cast alone was enough to lure me in. The film was based the year I was born so it is a period that I didn’t live through, or was too young to be aware of, so I was intrigued to know more. The film is great from start to finish the music is fantastic and every character was amazing. I find it fascinating that it was based on true events. It left quite an impression on me, I found myself searching the internet afterward to find out more about the people involved.

Dial M for Murder

I also watched…
Dial M for Murder on TV
I really enjoyed this, I often wonder how Hitchcock keeps people so engaged especially with films that are essentially set in just one space, but he managers every time – I was gripped throughout.


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