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Amrita is half Indian, half French and was raised in Mali as a child. She has an idealistic love for the way that cinema bonds us all together through shared experiences and so she chose to study a BA with Joint Honours in Drama with Film and TV Studies at Brunel University. It is fair to say films have forever been a strong part of her life, ever since she was a toddler dancing to Grease and various Hindi movies in Africa, and that same passion brought her to Vue cinema Harrow as my first real job. Now, at 27, she is working as a Lead Bookseller and, as well as being an avid reader, she is am a self-proclaimed film fanatic who actively tries to watch as many as possible- the more varied the genres, the better! So reviewing films, therefore, has persisted as a natural outlet for her and what makes her a great movie lover!

Ingrid Goes West

We all know the habit is a tough one to break: the habit of constantly reaching for our phones, tablets, laptops and computers, so that we can keep up with the ever-changing world of social media; so that we can share more of our lives- in hopes of garnering more ‘likes’; so that we can feel like we belong, like we fit in. But, once you watch this month’s movie, and after the final moments have passed- after the lights come on and the credits start to roll, please resist the urge to grab your phone because, if there’s one thing you should take away from Ingrid Goes West, it’s that real life is the real story, and it’s happening right now, in front of you!

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Jed loves all things about films including watching them, making them and talking about them. He tries to watch a film most days and one day hopes to get a career in filmmaking. He likes most genres but especially loves action, thriller and comic book films. Jed makes a great movie lover because he loves watching movies and telling others his thoughts on movies

The Commuter

This film starts off really well. It has a good opening 20 minutes and draws you right into it. At first, the premise sounds good and it’s executed well.

Another 20 minutes or so go by. Still good and getting better.

Then by about the hour mark I’m guessing, it all starts to lose it. They just throw the current story out the window and it becomes quite silly. From here on, the rest of the film is silly and they rely on action to carry the film. Whilst the action is good, the film is no longer as tense as before due to it being quite silly and unrealistic now.

Not as good as Taken but better than Non-Stop, Unknown, The Grey…