Film Reviews by WH

Welcome to WH's film reviews page. WH has written 6 reviews and rated 40 films.

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Glass

Good, but not great

(Edit) 26/09/2019

Basically a re-hash of Split and Unbreakable (with many flashbacks of both..) where the two stories collide and end with a typical Shyamalan-esque twist. Nicely done on the whole but nothing new and quite slow-paced, especially compared to the excellent Split. All the leads do a good job but it lacked anything new for me.

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Baby Driver

Excellent

(Edit) 26/09/2019

Superb action thriller. All the leads are outstanding, and the story is punchy, suspenseful and throughly well-written. You'll find yourself rooting for the hear all the way! The sound track is epic!

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Marjorie Prime

Boring

(Edit) 26/09/2019

I gave up after a few minutes, sadly! Lacks any real grip and the characters are dull. Shame, because it looks like it could be an interesting premise.

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The Babadook

Interesting and spooky horror

(Edit) 26/09/2019

Works through quite familiar tropes, but has a fun and interesting way of presenting its scares and twists. Leads are excellent and the growing sense of dread is palpable throughout. Well-crafted and directed. Enjoyable and worth a look.

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Downsizing

Quirky and fun

(Edit) 26/09/2019

An interesting premise but doesn't quite deliver... Matt Damon is enjoyable as a deeply frustrated soul who fails to find satisfaction through miniaturisation when his spouse deserts him. There are some charming and quirky touches, but ultimately the movie feels a little limited in scope and the fanciful ending fails to give any real closure.

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It Comes at Night

Disappointing

(Edit) 23/10/2018

This film has some genuine moments of tension but it's too slow and never really delivers on its premise.

Don't be fooled by the title; the only thing that comes at night is boredom...

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