PRISONERS FILM ANALYSIS

MUST SEE FILMS explores Denis Villeneuve’s detective thriller ‘Prisoners.’ This Film Analysis digs into the overarching theme of the film ‘the testing of faith’ during a tragic kidnapping of a families children. Hugh Jackman gives one of his most emotional performances since The Fountain. Jake Gyllenhaal’s Detective Loki is my favourite character in the film and his relationship with Keller creates incredible tension and suspense. Prisoners gave me one of the most intense cinema going experiences and I knew I had witnessed something amazing. I was so pleased when researching the film how much meaning and intentional information is layered throughout this film. Going to show how talented and confident Denis Villeneuve is as a director. I hope you enjoy this video essay and feel free to comment your experience with this film below.

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Top 10 Films of 2015 – MUST SEE FILMS PODCAST

Mad-Max-Fury-Road-Max-and-the-wivesI can’t believe its the end of 2015! Time to reflect and looks back on all the great cinema this year. Since many hot films at the moment haven’t been released in the UK yet, my list is going to only cover the films iv seen. Especially since this is a personal favourite Top 10 list of films in 2015. Feel free to leave your favourites below!

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Making A Murderer (Netflix Documentary)

avery looogThis video explores the mind-blowing Netflix Documentary ‘Making A Murderer.’ It sheds light on an unbelievable court case and a Law system that has failed Steven Avery twice in his life. The people need to become his voice to take action on his behalf and somehow help him takes steps to freedom. This documentary was so powerful, moving and got me enraged at the injustice in the world, I highly recommend everyone watching it. I have’t came across a documentary that required such attention and action since Blackfish.

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