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Short ‘n’ Sweet Reviews: The Salesman, Life & The LEGO Batman Movie

An Iranian drama, an alien sci-fi and a kids’ (or is it?) animation make up this round of Short ‘n’ Sweet. Continue reading Short ‘n’ Sweet Reviews: The Salesman, Life & The LEGO Batman Movie

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Short ‘n’ Sweet Reviews: Logan, Jasper Jones & A Cure for Wellness

You get 3.5 stars! You get 3.5 stars! And you get 3.5 stars! Okay, so these all had something to value in them but weren’t quite amazing, hence the same star rating for all.  Continue reading Short ‘n’ Sweet Reviews: Logan, Jasper Jones & A Cure for Wellness

Short ‘n’ Sweet Reviews: Perfect Strangers, Toni Erdmann & Miss Sloane

Italy, Romania and Wall Street feature in this edition of Short ‘n’ Sweet with a few films outside of the mainstream. Continue reading Short ‘n’ Sweet Reviews: Perfect Strangers, Toni Erdmann & Miss Sloane

Short ‘n’ Sweet Reviews: Manchester By the Sea, Hidden Figures & Fences

One more sleep until the Oscars and here are some more of the big contenders: Continue reading Short ‘n’ Sweet Reviews: Manchester By the Sea, Hidden Figures & Fences

Short ‘n’ Sweet Reviews: Passengers, Jackie & Moonlight

Lesson of the week: depressing films are usually the better ones. If you avoid them, boy are you missing out on a lot of quality cinema. One of the three films below had a happy ending, and it was bullshit. Continue reading Short ‘n’ Sweet Reviews: Passengers, Jackie & Moonlight

Short ‘n’ Sweet Reviews: Rogue One, A United Kingdom & Rosalie Blum

This week’s Short ‘n’ Sweet includes a big franchise film, a wannabe Oscar contender and a French delight. Continue reading Short ‘n’ Sweet Reviews: Rogue One, A United Kingdom & Rosalie Blum

Short ‘n’ Sweet Reviews: Nocturnal Animals, The Founder & Office Christmas Party

A few more November/December releases get their short ‘n’ sweetness treatment below. The first two are still in cinemas but probably not for much longer so get on it! I’m not sure about the last but it’s not worth seeing anyway and the time for Christmas movies has come and gone.  Continue reading Short ‘n’ Sweet Reviews: Nocturnal Animals, The Founder & Office Christmas Party