Roz Try-Hane
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<p>She is as picky about what she watches as what she eats. She watches movies alone and dines solo too (a new trend perhaps?!). As a self confessed scaredy cat she doesn’t watch horror films, even Goosebumps made her jump in parts! <br /> Follow her on @liquidmarmalade</p>

film reviews | movies | features | BRWC Review : Screen

This horror movie starts off at the end, with a chirpy reporter telling us that Halloween 40 years ago all but one of the

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film reviews | movies | features | BRWC Review: 7 Boxes

Victor works in the municipal market in Paraguay as a wheelbarrow boy. When we first meet Victor he is dreaming of a life far

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film reviews | movies | features | BRWC Review: Behind The Candelabra

It’s the awards season and here’s the type of film that is award material. The life of Mr Liberace -  I am just old

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film reviews | movies | features | BRWC 12 Years A Slave: Review

Throughout all of Steve McQueen’s previous films; Hunger and Shame, he deals with imprisonment and loss of freedom whether literally or metaphorically.  It’s as

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film reviews | movies | features | BRWC Review: Side Effects

If a person is clinically depressed and asks their psychiatrist to prescribe a new anti-depressant drug which has certain side effects, one of which

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film reviews | movies | features | BRWC Review: Young And Beautiful (Jeune Et Jolie)

This is the latest offering from François Ozon and his observations on class and human sexuality after his last film "In the house/ Dans

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film reviews | movies | features | BRWC Don Jon: Review

The opening scenes of this film are quite something to behold with the flashing images of tits and ass from various porn sites. You

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film reviews | movies | features | BRWC Roz's Top 3 Of 2013 And 5 To Watch In 2014

Top 3 films of 2013The SessionsIf someone were to tell me you could write a film about a man who is paralysed from the

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film reviews | movies | features | BRWC The Immigrant - Review

Ewa (played by Marion Cotillard) arrives in America with her sister hoping for a better life.  The opening scene of the film zooms in

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