Film Reviews by UF

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Doctor Foster: Series 1

Brilliant

(Edit) 16/02/2016

Admittedly I've only just finished watching the third episode and I still have the remaining two to go but I must saw so far I have been gripped, it is an absolute television treat.... I definitely think it is the best mini series I've watched since Happy Valley. I can't wait to see how it all ends!

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Still Alice

Beautiful...

(Edit) 11/10/2015

Initially the premise of Still Alice interested me enough to make me one to watch this film and I'm so glad I did, it is a beautifully delicate film that is essentially all about human relationships and what we really mean to each other.

The performances are all very good but of course it's Julianne Mooore who leads the way and gives such a heartfelt and nuianced portrayal of a sufferer of early on set Alzheimer's disease, she really is a class act.

I would recommend this for sure if you're looking for an emotional human drama that will touch you.

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Prisoners

Watch it!

(Edit) 13/04/2014

A dramatic and emotionally draining thriller, that held my attention for the full 2 hours 20 minutes. The ensemble cast is first rate, however it's Hugh Jackman who impressed the most with a very raw and emotional portrayal of a man wanting to protect his family.

I definitely recommend this one.

My rating: 4/5

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