Films have intrigued me always. Whether they’re in black and white, within a franchise, art house or international I’m never shy of opinions about a film. I’ve always had a writer’s eye for how a film frames its plot, creates and sustains character development and most of all, entertained the audience. But I always believed what can leave the audience in a rose tinted glass spin is hype – around actors, source material, directors.
When I give my verdict of films, I don’t really come up with a score or arbitrary rating until I’ve seen it multiple times. I wait till all the anticipation, excitement, and spectacle all succumb to an anticlimactic halt. It’s when that settles, do I feel I have a more stable verdict of what I feel for a film.
If I’m not reviewing films, I’m Camille Bailey – a graduate English student from Keele University. I write and develop portfolios of short stories. Also a part time meme lover, cat fanatic and occasional dabbler within necessary political debates.
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