Lauren Turner
Lauren Turner 14POSTS

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Lauren is an Australian who recently made the move to London, and she's interested in absolutely everything! She has a Business (Marketing)/Arts (Film & TV, Drama) degree, Lauren likes reading, writing and learning more about this great wild world.

film reviews | movies | features | BRWC Review: Destination Unknown

How do you rebuild from nothing? How do you carry on when there is no place to go on to? These are the questions

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film reviews | movies | features | BRWC DVD Review: We Are X

This review has been reposted for the DVD release. A clashing orchestra of heartache, triumph and the absolute will to live and die on stage. We

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film reviews | movies | features | BRWC The Hatton Garden Job: The BRWC Review

The Hatton Garden Job attempts to portray one of Britain’s most notorious heists in history £200 million of diamonds stolen from inside one of

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film reviews | movies | features | BRWC Review: Letters From Baghdad

Dirs. Zeva Oelbaum and Sabine Krayenbühl.This documentary is supremely researched, and its findings turn up a delicious pot of history for us to sink our

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film reviews | movies | features | BRWC Review: Gleason (2017)

This raw, uncompromising film feels less like a documentary and more like a genuine, prolonged observance in to somebody else’s life, as if the

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film reviews | movies | features | BRWC Review: Animus - Short

Dir. Mark J. Blackman.Bookended by two definitions of the title word, Animus is a short, straightforward venture in to finding the strength to do

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film reviews | movies | features | BRWC Moana: The BRWC Review

Dirs. John Musker & Ron Clements.I watched this movie right before I emigrated from my home country to the UK, literally the day before,

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film reviews | movies | features | BRWC The BRWC Review: Captain Fantastic

Dir. Matt Ross One of those original stories that make a new window to see life through. Captain Fantastic is weird and awesome, and Viggo Mortensen

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film reviews | movies | features | BRWC We Are X: Review

A clashing orchestra of heartache, triumph and the absolute will to live and die on stage. We are X is a fascinating documentary - encompassing

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