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GaryGreenScreen

Freelance film critic.
GaryGreenScreen has written 486 posts for FilmOnTrial

THE FILM JOURNAL | September 2017

§ § ☆ Unmissable Those pieces of work that prove cinema is one of humanity’s better endeavours. Example: Apocalypse Now ✯ Recommended Extraordinary films that are must-sees, but perhaps not considered masterpieces. Example: Kick-Ass ✘ Avoid Movies that exhibit technical ineptitude, cause severe ideological malaise, or both. Example: Grown Ups § ~ ~ ~     The Levelling [2017]     … Continue reading

THE FILM JOURNAL | August 2017

I look back at the films and TV shows I watched in the previous month, whether they were brand new, or simply unknown to me before. Dates are by UK release, and include releases straight to DVD and VOD. § § ☆ Unmissable Those pieces of work that prove cinema is one of humanity’s better endeavours. … Continue reading

THE FILM JOURNAL | July 2017

I look back at the films and TV shows I watched in the previous month, whether they were brand new, or simply unknown to me before. Dates are by UK release, and include releases straight to DVD and VOD. § § ☆ Unmissable Those pieces of work that prove cinema is one of humanity’s better endeavours. … Continue reading

THE FILM JOURNAL | June 2017

I look back at the films and TV shows I watched in the previous month, whether they were brand new, or simply unknown to me before. Dates are by UK release, and include releases straight to DVD and VOD. § § ☆ Unmissable Those pieces of work that prove cinema is one of humanity’s better endeavours. … Continue reading

THE FILM JOURNAL | May 2017

I look back at the films and TV shows I watched in the previous month, whether they were brand new, or simply unknown to me before. Dates are by UK release, and include releases straight to DVD and VOD. § § ☆ Unmissable Those pieces of work that prove cinema is one of humanity’s better endeavours. … Continue reading

THE FILM JOURNAL | April 2017

I look back at the films and TV shows I watched in the previous month, whether they were brand new, or simply unknown to me before. Dates are by UK release, and include releases straight to DVD and VOD. § § ☆ Unmissable Those pieces of work that prove cinema is one of humanity’s better endeavours. … Continue reading

THE FILM JOURNAL | March 2017

I look back at the films and TV shows I watched in the previous month, whether they were brand new, or simply unknown to me before. Dates are by UK release, and include releases straight to DVD and VOD. § § ☆ Unmissable Those pieces of work that prove cinema is one of humanity’s better endeavours. … Continue reading

THE FILM JOURNAL | February 2017

I look back at the films and TV shows I watched in the previous month, whether they were brand new, or simply unknown to me before. Dates are by UK release, and include releases straight to DVD and VOD. § § ☆ Unmissable Those pieces of work that prove cinema is one of humanity’s better endeavours. … Continue reading

THE FILM JOURNAL | January 2017

I look back at the films and TV shows I watched in the previous month, whether they were brand new, or simply unknown to me before. Dates are by UK release, and include releases straight to DVD and VOD. § § ☆ Unmissable Those pieces of work that prove cinema is one of humanity’s better endeavours. … Continue reading

THE GREEN-LIGHT | Split and M. Night Shyamalan’s terribly exciting promise

 § § ‘Like most Shyamalan films – The Sixth Sense, The Village, even The Visit – a lot of hype surrounds the twist at the movie’s end. But that hype is next-level, for the ‘twist’ is of a different ilk to the director’s previous plot U-turns.’ — — Read at Flickreel. — — Follow the editor @GaryGreenScreen … Continue reading

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