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The Big Sick – An unconventional love story with a big heart

‘Rom-com’ is a genre term many still think of with contempt. Yet for a while now, modern productions have been reinventing this particular film world, turning the usual tropes upside down and delivering great films such as Knocked Up (2007), Bridesmaids (2011) and Trainwreck (2015) – films that manage to find that difficult balance between humour and poignancy. The Big Sick (2017) is […]

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The Big Sick – An unconventional love story with a big heart

‘Rom-com’ is a genre term many still think of with contempt. Yet for a while now, modern productions have been reinventing this particular film world, turning the usual tropes upside down and delivering great films such as Knocked Up (2007), Bridesmaids (2011) and Trainwreck (2015) – films that manage to find that difficult balance between humour and poignancy. The Big Sick (2017) is … Continue reading The Big Sick – An unconventional love story with a big heart

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Doctor Who – Leave your misogyny at the (Tardis) door

The world of Doctor Who is a place I haven’t visited since the beginning of Matt Smith’s portrayal of the character – around the same time the storylines started to become repetitive and trite. Even Peter Capaldi’s casting (who I’ve been a fan of since The Thick of It) couldn’t entice me back to a […]

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Doctor Who – Leave your misogyny at the (Tardis) door

The world of Doctor Who is a place I haven’t visited since the beginning of Matt Smith’s portrayal of the character – around the same time the storylines started to become repetitive and trite. Even Peter Capaldi’s casting (who I’ve been a fan of since The Thick of It) couldn’t entice me back to a … Continue reading Doctor Who – Leave your misogyny at the (Tardis) door

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“Ghostbusters” Backlash & Internet Trolling Is Wake-Up Call For Lazy Hollywood

Ghostbusters’ stars might have faced the most hideous hatred from internet trolls for simply being women but perhaps gender isn’t the real problem…… The post “Ghostbusters” Backlash & Internet Trolling Is Wake-Up Call For Lazy Hollywood appeared first on Top 10 Films – Movie Lists, Reviews, Competitions, News & Opinion.

“Ghostbusters” Backlash & Internet Trolling Is Wake-Up Call For Lazy Hollywood