Reviews

The Stanford Prison Experiment (2015)

This is a dramatisation of a true social experiment that took place in 1971, at Stanford University. With searing performances by its cast, The Standford Prison Experiment thrills you for most of its runtime. It starts with one simple question: “Would you rather be a prisoner or a guard?” That’s what 24 college guys get asked […]

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We Need to Talk About Kevin (2011)

I’d be lying if I said We Need To Talk About Kevin, is about an innocent boy who grows up to be a tragic villain, like Anakin Skywalker, from the Star Wars prequels. Truth is, Kevin is a monster from the start. He’s presented as a devil child, an omen, a bad seed – you get the picture. […]

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The Perks of Being a Wallflower (2012)

The Perks of Being Wallflower follows Charlie (Logan Lerman), who has just started his freshman year of High School. Socially awkward and isolated, he befriends a group of older kids, who embrace they’re status as outsiders. The film focuses on Charlie’s experiences of the pitfalls and melodrama of adolescence, along with his newfound friends, which includes […]

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