Linda Marric

Linda Marric

Linda Marric is a freelance film critic and interviewer. She has written extensively about film and TV over the last decade. After graduating with a degree in Film Studies from King's College London, she has worked in post-production on a number of film projects and other film related roles. She has a huge passion for intelligent Scifi movies and is never put off by the prospect of a romantic comedy. Favourite movie: Brazil. Twitter: @Linda_Marric.

Men In Black International: Entertaining yet wipeable

Men In Black International: Entertaining yet wipeable

★★★☆☆ The fourth instalment in the iconic Men In Black franchise sees Liam Neeson and Chris Hemsworth joined by Hemsworth’s Thor: Ragnarok and Avengers co star Tessa Thompson in a sequel which isn’t half as bad as many would have expected it be.  Directed by F. Gary Gray and written...

Eating Animals: A sobering account of the modern farming industry

Eating Animals: A sobering account of the modern farming industry

If you’ve ever wondered what goes on behind the closed gates of big corporate farming companies, you might find the truth even more shocking than you could have imagined. In a new documentary feature titled Eating Animals which is set to open this weekend, director Christopher Quinn attempts to lift...

The Hustle: Dirty, rotten

The Hustle: Dirty, rotten

★☆☆☆☆ From Overboard (Rob Greenberg, 2018) to What Men Want (Adam Shankman, 2019) and everything else in between, it’s safe to say that gender switch comedy remakes have so far failed to come up with the goods in the laughter department. The latest gender flip comedy, if you can call...

Yesterday: Boyle’s Beatles brilliance

★★★★☆ Nobody can deny that sometimes the simplest of high concept film ideas can be the most ingenious ones. In the case of Danny Boyle’s Yesterday, that idea is so obvious that you can’t help but wonder, why has nobody thought of it until now? Written by the indisputable king...

Little: As in not much

Little: As in not much

★★☆☆☆ In Little, director Tina Gordon presents a deeply contrived, narratively flawed and criminally mirthless high concept comedy about a female tech boss who is transformed into her younger self when the pressures of being an adult become too much to handle. Starring Regina Hall, Issa Rae and Marsai Martin...

Film Review: The Girl In The Spider’s Web

Film Review: The Girl In The Spider’s Web

The first Lisbeth Salander story not to be penned by acclaimed nordic noir writer Stieg Larsson sees the return of the infamous kick-ass vigilante hacker in a film that sadly fails to measure up to its predecessors on almost every front. Directed by Fede Alvarez (Evil Dead) and adapted from David Lagercrantz’s 2015 novel of...

Film Review: Fantastic Beasts – The Crimes of Grindelwald

Film Review: Fantastic Beasts – The Crimes of Grindelwald

The second instalment in J.K. Rowling’s five part Fantastic Beasts story sees director David Yates at the helm once again, in this well acted if ultimately lacklustre sequel to its critically acclaimed 2016 predecessor, which saw a welcome return to the magical Harry Potter universe. Set a year on from its predecessor, The Crimes Of Grindelwald opens...

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