Film Reviews by TB

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Pinocchio

Boring

(Edit) 12/03/2021

I found the film boring and sometimes wasn't sure what was happening or fully sure what was being said because they were speaking fast in the fashion of Europeans though was in English, (I did not notice any poor dubbing, didn't look very hard either). Definitely the worst version of Pinocchio I have seen & I have seen about every version I know has I normally enjoy the story, but not this one. There was only 1/2 short funny bits.

Was looking forward to seeing it, despite the very mixed reviews, so disappointed, glad I only borrowed it & not brought it or went saw it at the cinema which I nearly did but decided to see something else.

Not for young children has there's a couple of scenes that might upset them, has I am a animal lover one scene made me grab my bear and let out a small whimper, though thought he would be alright.

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Arthur and Merlin: Knights of Camelot

There is or should be better films surrounding the legend King Arthur

(Edit) 03/12/2020

Wasn't what I was expecting, not much merlin, about a couple of minutes all together 3 minutes if you include this eagle or what ever bird it was, which was meant to be merlin in bird form, so why call it Arthur and Merlin I don't know.

Camalot looked like a computer generated castle.

Not a lot of action or magic, which are the 2 things I associate with Arthur and merlin, there's only a few quick sword fights and that's it.

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Dolittle

I enjoyed it, it's a lot of fun

(Edit) 14/07/2020

It's a lot of fun, just has long has you don't take it seriously. With the negative reviews I read wasn't sure what to expect, so hired it & now I what to buy it, I thought it was great fun, just don't try to compare it to any other dolittle films, weather it's the modern day American version or the old black and white version, it's different to much.

The accent didn't bother me, I couldn't place it, but that doesn't bother me, purhaps it's because I'm tone deaf or didn't realise he was suspose to be Welsh and didn't even pick up on any cockney accents, but then I don't always bother with the accents & just concentrate on the story being told.

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A Monster Calls

Good drama, but very sad in places.

(Edit) 08/04/2018

I sort of enjoyed it, but wasn't has good has I thought it would be, has I was really looking forward to seeing this film, so slightly disappointed, but then I don't enjoy films dealing with death of loved ones or similarlying sad subjects, they're things I seem to run away from etc, even in real life if I can. But I did like the monster,though I didn't think it was a scary monster, but then it probably wasn't ment to be.

If you enjoy good dramas & can cope with the sad scenes then I would give it a watch, but don't watch the making of the film in the extras unless you like subtitles, has most of is done by the people who worked behind the scenes & they were moreless all non English speaking people & quite often didn't allow me enough time to read them so I kept having to go back and use the purse button has i'am not a quick reader.

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