Liquid Marmalade

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Rating Title/Year Author
White Lie (2019) Rosalynn Try-Hane The entire success of the film aside from the pacing is down to the astounding performance of Kacey Rohl. EDIT
Posted Jan 15, 2021
County Lines (2019) Rosalynn Try-Hane County Lines is powerful and delivers a visceral gut punch that will leave you thinking by the end of the film: how did we get here. EDIT
Posted Dec 4, 2020
Endless (2020) Rosalynn Try-Hane This film just plods along like a Hallmark type film but takes itself far too seriously and neither the script nor the acting can meet a reasonable standard. EDIT
Posted Nov 25, 2020
Soros (2019) Rosalynn Try-Hane An interesting portrayal and worthwhile documentary. EDIT
Posted Nov 20, 2020
Summer of 85 (2020) Rosalynn Try-Hane This is a coming of age story that is refreshingly different and nuanced. The Summer of '85 reminds us of how everything is dramatic to the young and, your first love is the one that cuts the deepest. EDIT
Posted Oct 23, 2020
I Am Samuel (2020) Rosalynn Try-Hane I defy you not to cry. EDIT
Posted Oct 16, 2020
Carmilla (2019) Rosalynn Try-Hane If only all debut films were like this: story, style and substance. EDIT
Posted Oct 16, 2020
Monsoon (2019) Rosalynn Try-Hane As a film it needs something more than it currently has, even 85 minutes feels too long. EDIT
Posted Oct 2, 2020
23 Walks (2020) Rosalynn Try-Hane Cinema needs more films like these showing older people who have complex back stories and aren't happily married for forty years. EDIT
Posted Oct 2, 2020
Hurt by Paradise (2019) Rosalynn Try-Hane An interesting and refreshing look at a diverse range of female characters we simply don't see enough on screen. EDIT
Posted Sep 17, 2020
Waiting for the Barbarians (2019) Rosalynn Try-Hane Waiting For The Barbarians is a slow burn of a film that gets distracted by the social commentary and the story suffers. EDIT
Posted Sep 10, 2020
Les misérables (2019) Rosalynn Try-Hane Les Miserables is a tour de force and it's hard to believe this is a debut film. EDIT
Posted Sep 3, 2020
Yusuf Hawkins: Storm Over Brooklyn (2020) Rosalynn Try-Hane Yusuf Hawkins - Storm Over Brooklyn is an emotional and sensitive examination of racial tensions, grief and political point scoring that is ever present today. EDIT
Posted Aug 20, 2020
Dollhouse: The Eradication of Female Subjectivity From American Popular Culture (2018) Rosalynn Try-Hane The use of heavily stylised dolls and props is a stroke of genius by Nicole Brending. EDIT
Posted Aug 7, 2020
Clemency (2019) Rosalynn Try-Hane Clemency is a powerful and unflinching look at the role of those who must carry out the death penalty... EDIT
Posted Jul 20, 2020
Spiral Farm (2019) Rosalynn Try-Hane Spiral Farm is worth watching for a refreshingly different take on the coming of age genre and a surprising ending. EDIT
Posted Jul 7, 2020
Never Be Done: The Richard Glen Lett Story (2020) Rosalynn Try-Hane Whilst two thirds of the film does feel relentless, the final third is uplifting and I dare you not to applaud Richard at the end, for his better taste in jokes but also the sticking with the sober path. EDIT
Posted Jul 1, 2020
Soundtrack to Sixteen (2019) Rosalynn Try-Hane For a debut feature, Soundtrack to Sixteen is quite impressive and promising future for this director/writer sister duo. EDIT
Posted Jun 4, 2020
Soundwave (2018) Rosalynn Try-Hane It is on the whole engaging although the script, especially the emotionally charged sections, is not as focused as it needs to be leading to the film feeling longer than it actually is. EDIT
Posted May 19, 2020
System Crasher (Systemsprenger) (2019) Rosalynn Try-Hane The power of System Crasher lies in a script, from which it is clear has been carefully researched and worked on over time. It doesn't seek to explain every little detail but treats the audience as intelligent. EDIT
Posted Mar 27, 2020
And Then We Danced (2019) Rosalynn Try-Hane This is a gem of a film with incredible cinematography, dance and nuanced performances that will leave you breathless and emotionally drained but it is worth it. EDIT
Posted Mar 17, 2020
The Garden Left Behind (2019) Rosalynn Try-Hane It's thought provoking about judgements we make and first time writer/director Flavio Alves manages for the most part to walk that fine line between melodrama and preaching. EDIT
Posted Mar 6, 2020
Parasite (2019) Rosalynn Try-Hane What makes Parasite such a good film is that it tells a story first and foremost, so the social commentary whilst ever present isn't so overpowering that you cannot just enjoy the story being told. EDIT
Posted Feb 11, 2020
Quezon's Game (2018) Rosalynn Try-Hane The film doesn't really pack the emotional punch it should on screen. Instead it goes at a gentler pace and never really manages to capture on the edge of your seat tension. EDIT
Posted Feb 3, 2020
Hustlers (2019) Rosalynn Try-Hane The scenes where the ladies get ready are the best really highlighting the reality of this fantasy world. However, with a patchy script, the pace and interest soon start to wane and as an audience member you might think you've been hustled. EDIT
Posted Jan 21, 2020
Permission (2017) Rosalynn Try-Hane A must watch. EDIT
Posted Nov 21, 2019
() Rosalynn Try-Hane An inspirational, darkly funny and touching documentary about survival, hope and male vulnerability. EDIT
Posted Nov 7, 2019
By the Grace of God (2018) Rosalynn Try-Hane The acting is nuanced and captivating. EDIT
Posted Oct 25, 2019
I Used to Be Normal: A Boyband Fangirl Story (2018) Rosalynn Try-Hane I Used To Be Normal takes a very quirky subject matter and turns it into an engaging and endearing feature length documentary. EDIT
Posted Sep 26, 2019
Phoenix (Føniks) (2018) Rosalynn Try-Hane This is definitely a film to see at the cinema and if we want more interesting and complex stories such as this then we must show it by bums on seats. EDIT
Posted Sep 19, 2019
What You Gonna Do When The World's On Fire? (2018) Rosalynn Try-Hane A ambitious piece of documentary filmmaking...What we are left with is chaos but maybe that is what the filmmaker wants us to feel the chaos of that world. EDIT
Posted Sep 11, 2019
Beautiful Boy (2018) Rosalynn Try-Hane A Beautiful Boy is a must see. EDIT
Posted Sep 11, 2019
The Shiny Shrimps (2019) Rosalynn Try-Hane It is this type of diversity on film the cinema is hungry for. EDIT
Posted Sep 6, 2019
Opus Zero (2017) Rosalynn Try-Hane The phrasing of sentences is crucial here and so is an attention to detail which is often overlooked in commercial films. EDIT
Posted Aug 8, 2019
Gwen (2018) Rosalynn Try-Hane Gwen is a rather interesting and an ambitious subject to take on. EDIT
Posted Jul 23, 2019
Another News Story (2017) Rosalynn Try-Hane Whether you have news fatigue or an avid news story - this is a definite much watch. EDIT
Posted Jun 18, 2019
Against the Tides (2017) Rosalynn Try-Hane Against the Tides is an astonishing documentary of one woman's quest to swim the Oceans 7. EDIT
Posted Jun 3, 2019
Tater Tot & Patton (2017) Rosalynn Try-Hane The title of this film is indicative of the entire film - subversive and expertly so! EDIT
Posted Jun 3, 2019
Freedom Fields (2018) Rosalynn Try-Hane What is really fantastic and grounds this documentary in realism is the reality is not sugar coated. EDIT
Posted Jun 3, 2019
Woman at War (2018) Rosalynn Try-Hane Woman at War raises a lot of questions and allows the audience to think about them. EDIT
Posted May 6, 2019
If Beale Street Could Talk (2018) Rosalynn Try-Hane Yes, you've seen this film before but what lifts this and makes it a decent watch is the way the female characters are portrayed on screen, neither exotic or functional but real and complex. EDIT
Posted Mar 12, 2019
Monsters and Men (2018) Rosalynn Try-Hane A smart and refreshing look at the race, masculinity and police brutality in 2018 - do the right thing and see this film. EDIT
Posted Jan 15, 2019
The House by the Sea (2017) Rosalynn Try-Hane Children and parents, love and death, memories, class and values and this is the little world and world at large. Go and watch this film if you like your films slow, melodic and thoughtful! EDIT
Posted Jan 11, 2019
Never Here (2017) Rosalynn Try-Hane Never Here is a psychological thriller for the social media age with a great mix of tension, imagery and cinematography. EDIT
Posted Nov 8, 2018
Capernaum (2018) Rosalynn Try-Hane A wonderfully complex and rich coming of age story that doesn't sugar coat the reality of life for those on the fringes of society. EDIT
Posted Oct 17, 2018
A Simple Favor (2018) Rosalynn Try-Hane Save your popcorn money unless you're in need of a giggle and into a whole new genre of thriller comedy. EDIT
Posted Sep 18, 2018
Island (2017) Rosalynn Try-Hane An unexpected legacy of sharing such an intimate moment with another human. EDIT
Posted Sep 13, 2018
The Children Act (2017) Rosalynn Try-Hane The solitary act that could have saved this film from itself would have been to have chosen a screenwriter to write the script rather than allow the author, Ian McEwan, to adapt it for the screen. EDIT
Posted Aug 24, 2018
Hereditary (2018) Rosalynn Try-Hane How do you know when a film doesn't deliver in a particular genre? The audience starts to laugh at scenes that are supposed to be genuinely terrifying. EDIT
Posted Aug 21, 2018
Sunset Contract (2018) Rosalynn Try-Hane What we get instead is a finely observed commentary on people's quest to appear successful and have everything. It all builds up to an ending where Brad has to make a moral. Does he still have any morals and can he be selfless? EDIT
Posted Aug 21, 2018