FILM WITH KATIE

films past, present and future, reviewed by katie

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Anonymous asked: who would you say was the best classic hollywood starlet? Marilyn, Liz Taylor, Audrey, Grace Kelly? What is your favourite films you have seen each 4 of them star in?

Well I have never seen anything with Elizabeth Taylor in or Grace Kelly for that matter but I personally think that Grace Kelly was the biggest fashionista out of these women and had the most glamour out of all of them. I have seen Audrey Hepburn in both my fair lady and Breakfast at Tiffanys and I love both of them a lot but it is a shame that Hepburn could not sing herself, as for Monroe I didn’t like the prince and the showgirl but loved Somelike it hot, I watch it with my father every new years eve and it has to be in my top 10 favourite films!

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Anonymous asked: what reviews are you going to post?

Not sure yet you will have to keep checking and see

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Anonymous asked: can you review mystic river please i would like to know what you thought of it; i've liked your reviews so far and sean penn got best actor for it at the oscars i think you will like it

Ok that’s good to know, I really like Sean penn, still waiting to watch the tree of life with him, Jessica chastain and Brad Pitt and thanks

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Anonymous asked: could you review memoirs of a geisha please?

I will happy too but I need to catch up with all these other reviews

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Anonymous asked: can you do a review on the holiday? Jude Law is in it and Cameron Diaz

I think I am going to write a post about Christmas films, so I will be sure to mention it.

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Anonymous asked: please could you do a film review on an education or never let me go, Carey Mulligan is my favourite actress

Carey mulligan has to be one of my favourite actresses too! I love both of these films and have already reviewed them, if you would like to read just keep scrolling down .

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Anonymous asked: it would be much appreciated if you could do a review on revolutionary road

My dad has read the book, I M not really into relationship dramas but we will see, thanks for all these great suggestions

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Anonymous asked: Hey I love your blog, could you please do a film review on the green mile it is one of my favourite films it has tom hanks in it. I think you will like it. Thanks

Sure I will, I haven’t been blogging films for such a long time and I want to get back into it and there is a few films I want to write about first but when I get a chance I will watch the green mile and blog, I am not a Tom hanks fan myself but I will give it a try!

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So I am from Southend and this week has been The Southend Film Festival, I haven’t had a chance to see any films yet but some good ones have been shown, including the Academy Award winning documentary Senna! And many more! Also there is a Film Poster Exhibition at the Beecroft Art Gallery, which is open till June. The film festival itself is a great thing for the area as it gives it culture and something to do, next year I really want to get involved with the film festival and if your from Essex or London, you should travel to Southend and go and see a film, for more information go to  http://www.southendfilmfestival.com/

So I am from Southend and this week has been The Southend Film Festival, I haven’t had a chance to see any films yet but some good ones have been shown, including the Academy Award winning documentary Senna! And many more! Also there is a Film Poster Exhibition at the Beecroft Art Gallery, which is open till June. The film festival itself is a great thing for the area as it gives it culture and something to do, next year I really want to get involved with the film festival and if your from Essex or London, you should travel to Southend and go and see a film, for more information go to http://www.southendfilmfestival.com/

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A good friend of mine bought me this book for my birthday, it is so interesting, it has a great section on the history of cinema which I may add later on. Today I have been posting a lot as recently I seem to be blogging less and less, also I will be posting something about up and coming films I want to see in the summer.

A good friend of mine bought me this book for my birthday, it is so interesting, it has a great section on the history of cinema which I may add later on. Today I have been posting a lot as recently I seem to be blogging less and less, also I will be posting something about up and coming films I want to see in the summer.

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The Other Woman, also known as Love and Other Impossible Pursuits, has to be one of the saddest films I have even seen, I cried and I cried and  I cried but I though it was a great film. Natalie Portman was brilliant as usual and the little boy in the film was good too. There is not much I can say without ruining the emotional moments, as I watched the film without knowing the whole story and I think I enjoyed it more by not knowing. Lisa Cudrow also stars and however much you liked her in Friends you really won’t in this movie. Definitely worth a watch though. Easily 4/5 even if it makes you cry!

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So Ricky Gervais said “It was a big year for 3D movies. Toy Story, Despicable Me, Tron. It seemed like everything this year was three-dimensional. Except the characters in The Tourist. I already feel bad about that joke. I tell you what, I’m jumping on the bandwagon, because I haven’t even seen The Tourist. Who has? But it must be good because it’s nominated, so shut up, OK? And I’d like to crush this ridiculous rumor that the only reason The Tourist was nominated was so that the foreign press of could hang out with Johnny Depp and Angelina Jolie. That was not the only reason; they also accepted bribes.” I have to say it wasn’t the greatest film and I suppose the characters didn’t have that much depth, but I really enjoyed The Tourist, it had a dry wit about it that made me laugh, Depp played a character you would expect him to play, a silly America who was obsessed by Jolie’s character, I thought the ending was clever and Jolie’s British accent was not as terrible as the press said. Although the characters did not have ‘depth’, I think if they did the film would not have worked, the whole point of the film was to let you think what the mystery of the name ‘Alexander Pierce’ actually meant. 3/5 but thoroughly enjoyable.

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