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Hannah Ryan

Hannah Ryan
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79% Scream (1996) Scream serves as a near perfect example of how to successfully and single-handedly revive the horror genre.‐ Screen Queens
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85% 500 Days of Summer (2009) 500 Days of Summer is a fascinating and relatable tale of the difficulties and the joys that come with all relationships, but which also serves a stark warning to young romantics as to what can happen while in and out of love.‐ Screen Queens
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89% Titanic (1997) Titanic has deservedly cemented its place as one of the greatest movies of all time, as it manages to capture the wretchedness of historical tragedy while also skilfully enrapturing us with the dedication shown by one person to another...‐ Screen Queens
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69% Les Misérables (2012) Les Mis reminds us that, although revolution may be heavily romanticised in popular culture, it is both a concept and an action that has led to the loss of many lives.‐ Screen Queens
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83% Mean Girls (2004) Mean Girls is not only of the one most enjoyable films of the 21st century but it is also one that explores the wonderful comedic potential of women.‐ Screen Queens
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85% Anastasia (1997) It is a film that leaves us with an optimistic, albeit somewhat corny, message; love is the most important thing there is, be it familial, romantic or platonic...‐ Screen Queens
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85% Black Swan (2010) Black Swan is a fantastic portrayal of the limits we push ourselves to and the boundaries that we are willing to break in order to achieve success...‐ Screen Queens
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89% E-Team (2014) ... ultimately, the most captivating aspects of E-Team ; as they allow us to delve into both the overwhelming good and the unthinkable evil that humanity is capable of.‐ Screen Queens
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83% Lilting (2014) Lilting is not only a beautiful depiction of grief, love and hardship, but also a fantastic piece of representation for the LGBTQ+ community, as Richard and his partner's relationship is presented to us with nothing other than normalcy and tenderness.‐ Screen Queens
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94% Fruitvale Station (2013) ... what Fruitvale Station does so brilliantly is effectively convey the total devastation that comes with the unjustified loss of a young life.‐ Screen Queens
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78% American Honey (2016) American Honey is a devastating film, but an essential one, and necessary viewing for anyone that really wants to understand the true extent of poverty's impact in modern American society.‐ Screen Queens
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95% Pan's Labyrinth (2006) Although Pan's Labyrinth ends in tragedy, it does so to show us that, regardless of what we are told, there are no happy endings in war.‐ Screen Queens
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87% The Orphanage (2007) El Orfanato is as haunting and it is haunted. Somehow the horror movie clichés ( a medium, a seance, night vision, the subverting of childhood games into something sinister) come across as natural instead of contrived.‐ Screen Queens
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97% Alien (1979) What makes it so effectively terrifying is not an urban legend that could spark an ill-advised, teenage-led hunt nor an array of ominous visuals; it is far simpler than that. It is the thought of finding yourself in Ripley's position.‐ Screen Queens
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66% The Kite Runner (2007) The Kite Runner serves as a reminder that grief is universal; that, regardless of our cultural differences, humanity will always find common ground in devastation.‐ Screen Queens
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95% Call Me by Your Name (2018) Call Me By Your Name is a romantic masterpiece and, quite possibly, my favourite film of the year.‐ Screen Queens
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94% A Fantastic Woman (Una mujer fantástica) (2018) ... a bold, beautiful celebration of a trans hero that many audiences have waited years for.‐ Screen Queens
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83% Avengers: Infinity War (2018) Whatever your opinion of Marvel and their box office domination, there is no denying that Infinity War is an endlessly entertaining that will leave some in a far more fragile emotional state than they perhaps expected.‐ Screen Queens
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92% Lean on Pete (2018) Lean on Pete may be difficult to sit through, to view without wanting to look away, but I urge you to see it, to look, and, through it, to understand the true extent of economic inequality in one of the wealthiest nations on earth.‐ Screen Queens
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