Ian Bailey

Film Editor

An official Roobla opinionator since December 9, 2014

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Last Active: 5th June 2017 9:51 pm

About Ian Bailey

Ian Bailey is a writer from Cheshire, England and a graduate of Staffordshire University’s Creative Writing program. When not writing or reading, Ian can be found watching television, playing video games, thinking about philosophy and politics, playing and listening to music or juggling.

Ian Bailey's Activity

Film Review

Review: Marshland (2014)

True Detective in early Post-Franco, early 1980s Spain. What can go wrong? As it turns out, not a whole damned lot.

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Film Review

Review: Be My Baby (2013)

Nine men and women, hereby referred to as The League of Jerks, gather at a house party. Sartre was right, hell is other people.

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Film News

Robert Downey Jnr. storms out of interview

Television interview between Robert Downey Jnr. and Krishnan Guru-Murthy comes to an abrupt end after questions about the actor’s personal life

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Film News

Patty Jenkins to direct Wonder Woman

Following Michelle MacLaren’s departure from DC’s Wonder Woman, Patty Jenkins is set to become the first woman to direct a big budget superhero film. Again.

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Gaming News

Square Enix announces Deus Ex: Mankind Divided

Studio responsible for 2012’s Deus Ex: Human Revolution and publisher behind such franchises as Tomb Raider, Life is Strange, Final Fantasy and Space Invaders announce sequel to long-running Action-RPG saga

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Ian Bailey's Comment Stream
  1. I think that might have been Dan's handiwork. I'm 69% sure I wrote 'trilogy.' Fifty Shades of Grey to get trilogy treatment
  2. I'd agree with that, yes. But I think the best place for any film critic, if they want to learn from Ebert's style, is to go take a look at his site and his reviews, and see how he did it. Review: Life Itself (2014)