Articles by Caitlin Maggs

The Critical Movie Critics

I’m a hopeless romantic and will tend to watch anything in that genre. My favourite shows are Doctor Who, Grey’s Anatomy, The Vicar Of Dibley, Charmed and Jane Austen adaptations. Movies I enjoy are Narnia, Indiana Jones, Walk The Line, musicals like Oklahoma and Sound Of Music.
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Movie Review: Hoodwinked! (2005)

Disney tends to be the main culprits of taking classic stories like Sleeping Beauty and C.S Lewis’ The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe and adapting them to film. Out of the blue comes Kanbar Entertainment with Hoodwinked! – a fresh, original tale of the well-known story of Little Red Riding…

Movie Review: The Holiday (2006)

It’s been a while since a decent romantic comedy hit our screens since the likes of Richard Curtis’ Notting Hill in the late 1990’s. Recently though, I had the opportunity to see an engaging Christmas film, The Holiday. It stars Cameron Diaz and Kate Winslet in roles that us ‘non-celebrities’ can actually relate to. The…

Feature: Top 10 Romantic Movie Moments

Having a good romantic scene can be a savior to almost any terrible movie and having a bad scene can be the downfall of an otherwise good movie. They have an amazing ability to get the audience to really relate and become emotionally attached to the characters while uplifting spirits and giving hope about life….

Movie Review: Penelope (2006)

James McAvoy has been a gardener, a heart-broken soldier, a doctor, a lawyer, a student and now in his latest movie Penelope, he’s become a gambling, conflicted boyfriend of a pig. Simply put, I know, but being a fan I feel this role of Max has to be one of McAvoy’s most understated and bravest…

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